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Old 03-28-2012, 08:18 PM
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There are several tools available for this from either Lisle or Snap on. Google it online. This is an ongoing problem with these engines and is why we get $500 + for a tune up. Plugs should be removed when engine is cold after sitting overnight. Soak plug holes with carb clean, or perhaps Kroil. After you break at least 2 out of the eight plugs. Reach in and remove the electode if you can. The tool is a special easy out that works really wellconsidering the circumstances. You first must crush the porcelin then the easy out part pulls the leftover part out. Be prepared to spend a good portion of your day working on this. Good luck my friend!
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