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I dont know what to use to remove the cover to remove spark plug , is it a allan key or philips screw driver & what size thanks jim

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Most likely it is a Torx head type screw. Looks like a cross between a Allen & Philips. Go to your local hardware store or auto supply store and get a Torx driver with exchangeable bits (about $4.00)

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