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I broke a spark plug clean off on my yamaha 2004 1100 fix. How can I get it out please help

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Use broken bolt extractor
note : it's left threadI broke a spark plug clean off on my yamaha 2004 - 358408fd-760b-47b4-88cd-603b699d33b3.jpg

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You may be able to use a screw extractor or easy-out to remove the broken plug. It can be tricky to get it started but should work. Here is a pic to give you a better idea.I broke a spark plug clean off on my yamaha 2004 - 764a103c-68d3-4911-ba92-3403344a12d4.jpg

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