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Old 03-06-2013, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Patriot Services View Post
Next plug you change add a little anti seize to keep the aluminum and steel from welding together. Always start spark plugs or any threaded fastner for that matter by hand. If it doesn't go in easily, something is wrong.
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I have even used a piece of 3/8 hose and slid it down over the spark plug in hard to reach areas. If the plug doesn't thread right, the hose will slip around the plug and not cross thread.
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