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Were does the spark plug go on a yamha wr250

New 2 bikes iv got a yamaha wr250 an need 2 no were the spark plug is changed

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Remove the fuel tak, the plug is under the rubber cap right on the top of the engine. it is quite deep down, you will need an extension on the plug spanner

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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    replase sparkplug stil dont want to idle

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Don't forget it is a 5/8 socket

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