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I had a blowen headgasket im fix it my self i tryed to take spark plugs out to find out the heat kinda melted spark plug coils and they wont come out? 1995 toyota camery 4cly

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If ur having some probs in taking out that warped spark plug. Bring the head to the machine shop and let them do the job and also have ur head GRIND to have an EQUAL flat surface on thehead! Am sure its already WARPED! Hope that makes ur job more easily! Taah!

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