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Changing spark plug

Hello,

i just want to know how i can change the spark plugs on my 93 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer V6 without removing the handlebar. Till now i changed 5 of the 6 spark plugs, but the 6. one can't be removed, because handlebar blocks the way. Maybe some one know this problem and is able to help me?

Thanks in advance,
Best regards
Timo

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Or you could try to remove the drivers side wheel and use an exstension on the last spark plug that makes it easier to get to mine.

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If your calling the steering shaft the handle bar.you need to put tthe socket on the plug first then use a wrench that will fit the hex on the out side of the socket to fist loosen it tne it will be easier to turnwith a rachet or just by your fingers.If it's the plug i'm thinking of it is a pain to change.

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