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How to remove rusted spark plugs from 2000 focus?

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2005-10-16 20:52:06
2005-10-16 20:52:06

Take it to a good mechanic. Seriously, you could strong-arm it out, but if you manage to break the ceramic portion, it will have to be drilled out, often requiring an expensive, long stay at the garage. Mechanics will have the proper tools to gently nudge it loose a little at a time. If you really really *really* insist on doing it yourself, WARNING FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT! YOU COULD DIE! Let your car cool down completely before applying any oil or break free to it! ...had to say that first then get a can of "Marvels Mystery Oil" or "Break Free" from any good auto parts store like NAPA. Place a automotive rag under the area to cath any run-off and put a couple drops of the oil or break free near the base of the plug. Allow it to soak a good twenty to thirty minutes. Then, using the correct wrench and socket, gently tap the wrench handle with something, say a screwdriver handle, while turning in the correct direction for removal. The Mystery oil /break free products are a type or oil called penetrating and will get into the most amazingly tight places, like between the rusted threads of a bolt, screw or spark plug... Clean up any and ALL spilled oil, especially from any engine parts or areas as they WILL IGNITE when the engine gets hot. WARNING! NEVER, NEVER EVER SPRAY BREAK FREE ONTO A HOT OR RUNNING ENGINE.

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