Question about Plymouth Breeze
Yes.....use a good spiral extractor and lots of patience. DO NOT spray penetrating oil into spark plug hole. And don't run the engine to "get it hot" hoping the heat will help loosen it. It will NOT work. A quality reverse spiral extractor and a breaker bar WILL do the trick if patience is used.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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