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Old Yesterday, 09:44 PM   #1
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Default Spark Plugs Took 6 Hours to Replace..F#%<

Would of only taken an hour or so to replace all my plugs, but this stupid little rock got wedged in tight. I couldn't even get the socket on it. And how it got there is a mystery to me. And of course it has to be the very rear cylinder.
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And how did you remove it?
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I used a long and skinny flat tipped screw driver. It was really stubborn. It didn't help that I was digging on the wrong side for a while because I didn't compensate for the mirror reflection.
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