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Old 12-20-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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So I had the problem a while back where the spark plug threads get worn off and the plug shoots out. My question is when they fix the problem how do they do it? I am about to change my plugs and coils and wonder if there is something different from normal that I will have to take into account with that plug when I change it? And is there a way to tell which one it was? Because I have no idea which one it was.
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So I had the problem a while back where the spark plug threads get worn off and the plug shoots out. My question is when they fix the problem how do they do it? I am about to change my plugs and coils and wonder if there is something different from normal that I will have to take into account with that plug when I change it? And is there a way to tell which one it was? Because I have no idea which one it was.
wrong section man.
noticed you had a 2003.
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Yea that was an accident. I made a new one lol. This is old.
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