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Changing spark plugs on 2004 Grand Prix

How do you remove the old spark plugs?
We've tried pulling them straight out using the rubber part, twisting and turning the metal tubing the rubber is attached to...
and they aren't budging?
Our owner's manual doesn't say a thing about it either....

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Keep jigaling it they come eventually

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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