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How do you change spark plugs on a Honda vtx 1300?

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2014-06-04 23:29:00
2014-06-04 23:29:00

The spark plugs in a Honda VTX 1300 can be removed by first removing the spark plug wire. Twist the spark plug out, using a spark plug socket. Reverse the process to install the new spark plug.

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