Question about 2004 Honda Accord
How did a spark plug break off? And what part broke? The hex head should still be there, I can't see a spark plug breaking off at the threads. But if it did, you should have a hole in the center of the plug that you can tap into with a drill bit and get an easy out in there to pull the broken plug out. Soak it in blaster before you attempt it and try not to get any filings in there, you can get them out with a vacuum cleaner later, If it is in a deep well, you might get an easy out welded onto a square rod or a hex rod, something you can wrap a wrench around. There should be no pressure on it, so it should come out. Usually it is the threads that get messed up. They have a threading tool that repairs the threads, and with the new plugs these days, you won't have to worry about it for a while. A shop will probably make believe it is impossible and charge you an arm and a leg, shop around, I don't think it would cost too much, maybe $200. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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