Question about 2002 Honda VT 750 CD Shadow A.C.E. Deluxe
I own a 2003 honda shadow 750 and two of my spark plugs don't want to loosen up. i don't want to damage threads-any suggestions?
Hi, You can also use liquid wrench to take it out. Use neversieze on the threads when you install the plug(s). You can also use abit of motor oil on the threads.
Posted on Dec 07, 2011
Try the best spray lube you can get, a lanolin base is good for stopping the thread galling the alloy up on the way out.
Give it a spray, when the plug moves 1\8 turn, spray it again and let it soak( even over night)
Screw it in again the 1\8 spray it and then remove it.
If you are real worried , try to spray into the exhaust or intake, but if it is the correct plug there will be no thread exposed inside the cylnder.
use the lanolin spray or a nickle neversieze on the threads when you reinstall
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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