depends of the brand, generally a 5/8 or 9/16 socket. MAKE SURE YOU REMOVE THE SPARKPLUG
Even if the sparkplug is broken, you should be able to get a socket on it and pull it loose. Once you've turned out the metal part it should be rattling around and you should be able to remove the plug. If it's hard to reach, try a magnet.
Use a sparkplug socket and turn counter clockwise
at the cylinder head end of the sparkplug lead :)
no, its the opposite
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generally to remove a broken bolt, you will need a drill and an easy out
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Remove the sparkplug cables, breather hose, and remove the valve cover. The gasket is a permanent type and comes as a 5 piece kit that simply pushes into groves in the valve cover. Once installed, replace the valve cover and connect the breather hoses and sparkplug cables.
You need a ratchet with an extension and a sparkplug socket to remove it.If they don't pass inspection you should replace them,but if they look okay you can clean them.You clean the sparkplug with a wire brush and a solvent like brake parts cleaner.
dump all the oil and gas out of it change the sparkplug clean the airfilter and oilfilter and don't sink it NO MORE.
TO REMOVE A BROKEN DIP STICK USE NEEDLE NOSE PLIERS OR A MAGNET.
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Check that you have fire at the sparkplug...can do this by holding sparkplug wire with screwdrive placed into holder and held close to motor block or remove plug and lay on block with good ground. No amount of gas or starter fluid will ignite if you don't have spark...............
Remove engine cover, determine which coil is bad or better yet replace them all. Remove the electrical connection from ignition coil, remove 7/32 bolt from coil (be careful not to drop),pull coil from top of sparkplug and remove.
I do not understand why you want to remove the porcelain if it is broken off. Just remove & replace the spark plug which is no longer any good if the porcelain is broken.
If You want too find the Number one position then you have to do the following. Remove the #1 Sparkplug wire Remove the #1 Sparkplug Stick your finger in the whole (Sounds wierd I know but it works) Have somebody bump the starter (make sure they dont hold it, only bump it) When the compression pushes your finger out then take the top of the distributor off, the metal side will be pointing to where the #1 position is. If You want too find the Number one position then you have to do the following. Remove the #1 Sparkplug wire Remove the #1 Sparkplug Stick your finger in the hole (Sounds wierd I know but it works) Have somebody bump the starter (make sure they dont hold it, only bump it) When the compression pushes your finger out then take the top of the distributor off, the metal side will be pointing to where the #1 position is. Be careful too do it only when it pushes your finger out!!! When it is on six it will push a little but you can keep your finger in.
remove the coil pack; use a jointed extension with sparkplug socket to reach plugs.
This operation is easy: If your car is a four cyl then they may be in front or along the top of engine, if it is a V6 celebrity then you have 3 in front and 3 in back. when taking the plug wire off do them one at a time. Example: remove one sparkplug wire and remove that sparkplug for that wire. So that you will not mix up fire order. Or get a Haynes repair manual for that said car.
Well i was told by a mechanic to use an "easy out", but it depends where the spark plug is broken at. If its the front it should be realitively easy....realitively. The back will be harder becasue the lack of room and space. So you might have to breakdown the head to get more room, it was even suggested to use a torch around the threads of the spark plugs to help make the metal expand and then use the easy out to help twist the rest of the sparkplug out.
It is not possible to fix a broken needle. You must remove the broken one and replace with a new needle.
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you have to remove the door panel to access the inner door and remove the entire door handle assembly ( from the inside). Once you've got the handle out, remove the lock cylinder, to access the broken key.