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Sparkplugs hi can u help, how do i change spark plugs i cant even see them when i take leads off

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Pull the boots off and use an extension with your socket and "feel" for the socket to go over the spark plug, When you know have a good fit on the plug, use your ratchet and remove each one. Install the plug into the plug socket and again "feel" for the plug hole when your installing them.

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