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Old 06-06-2011, 05:27 AM   #46
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Re: How-to change the PITA #3 spark plug

Sorry for the late post but I changed my plugs recently and it was the hardest of the six plugs to do but I didnt have any problems doing it. All I needed was the plug socket and ratchet. Perfect clearance. I have a 1993 Sonoma SLE which is loaded with all kind of extra stuff under hood. Guess I got lucky.
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Old 06-19-2011, 05:13 PM   #47
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The main thread pictures were a great help in arriving at a slightly different solution. using a "low profile hex cap socket" in the head of a spark plug socket gives you just enough room to take out and install a plug behind the steering. A box end wrench from the top side provides just enough room to rotate the plug out. Took a little fiddling but nothing had to be removed. And no Snap-On special socket is needed. Now all you need is a pick to get those darn boots off.
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