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WERE IS THE SPARK PLUG ON MY SUSUKI GSX 750

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1. Undo the two screws for the fuel tank (steering side, not seat side)
2. Lift tank, unplug all attachments to airbox.
3. Loosen screws on the left and right of airbox to loosen from the carbs and remove air filter box.
3. You should see four black 'things' with wires attached at the top of the engine - unplug wires and pull the black plugs out.
4. If possible, use compressed air to clean out the holes before attempting spark removal. Sand can sometimes get in there.
4. Insert spark plug socket in the holes to remove and replace.

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Under the tank, Under the airbox, These sparkplug caps have the coil built into them. pull them out and the plugs are at the bottom of the hole. You need a good sparkplug socket or use a magnet to get them out.

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Lift up fuel tank and remove air box you will then see

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