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What size socket do i need to change my spakk plugs in my 4 stroke 60 yammie 2006 model

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see my previous post "oil filters" which basically the same as this
there is a special tool for removing the oil filter "plastic cover " - (a 14 flute 76mm cap type) & this is a "must have " or the cover can be damaged 17mm spanner/socket, 6 mm allen key for the drain in filter housing along with the new filter cartrdge you should also get the 2 "o" rings as well. there is website that Robert Aitchision hs put up which gives a complete description of how to do it with pics & what is needed.
Thanks Robert

Can get the filter tool &/or spin-on filter conversion from - see link below

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SOURCE: changing the oil by myself for the 1st time what size socket

Try a14 mm

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SOURCE: what is the size of the socket i need to change

5/8'' however its a special socket mae to remove an install spark plugs without damagin the porcelin (white part) of the plug, if you crack it the plugs heat rating will be affected.

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SOURCE: What size socket do I need to change spark plugs

Hi Rmk,

Plugs are one of three sizes;

In order of popularity they are 5/8, 13/16 or 3/4.

Best regards


Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 2008 dodge avenger spark plug location and socket size.

  • 2008+ Dodge Avenger 2.4L 4cyl.
  • Remove plastic cover on top of engine, just pull on each corner for it is friction fit.
  • Once removed you will see 4 black spark plug covers with one hex type screw holding each.
  • Remove Hex screw and place aside, pull upward to remove plug boot from plug.
  • To remove the plug, use a 5/8 socket with a 6" extension. Once plug has been turned out all the way and you cannot get the plug up and out of the hole, just press the plug boot back on the plug and pull it back up.
  • Gap and replace 4 plugs with the same or equavalent type,. Drop plug down the hole and use socket to align and tighten until just snug, then torque to manufactures specifications.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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