Question about McCulloch Garden
The first problem is digging the plug 'boot' off of the plug without breaking the plug insulator. I personally use a flat blade screwdriver to get under the side of the boot and work it away from the engine. Once the boot is off, you need a small 'deep wall' socket that fits the plug base and turn it CCW while supporting the socket with your hand. This process is much easier to understand if someone can physically show you how to go about it. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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