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While changing the spark splugs, I encounter a problem with trying to remove the COP assembly. The screw that holds the cop will just turn in the cylinder head, but not come out. The screw is not stripped, it seems like the metal sleve that holds the screw just truns. Tell me how to get the screw out. Curt Curtis

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Hold the sleeve in place with a flat screwdriver head while you turn the screw out

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