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Plug wires will not pull off as easily as they should ,currently I can not pull them off why ?

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After the plug wires have been on there long enough there is some oxidation build up and it makes it more difficult to pull the wires from the plugs. With enough wiggling and pulling it will come off. I recently just change the spark plugs in my car and I had to use channel lock to grab the tops of the wires and pull them off.

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