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Please don't take this the wrong way cause I mean no offense.. But did you not read the thousands of dreadful stories of these plugs breaking.. It takes a LOT of patience or the early s197's for these plugs to come out in one piece. Next time you will know on the 2 piece autolites. To answer yor question the listle tool kit includes all the tools needed to remove all the way these plugs break.
@ drewsky....yes I read all the stories about these plugs which means i did all the stuff you are suppose to do before hand. No one ever showed a pic of a "broken" plug before or showed how to get said plug out. Everyone just says buy the tool. Well the tool comes with zero instructions. I watched a you tube video with someone using the tool but it was on a plug that was really broken, like the porcelain part of the plug was broke off. So how do I break off the porcelain part of the plug? I can barely get a pair of needle nose pliers down the hole. Thanks for any help that anyone can provide.
06 Legend Lime Roush Stage 1 Mustang GT
C & L CAI / 93 Race Tune from Doug
Hurst short shifter / Borla axle backs
25% tinted windows
Full BMR, Spohn, Roush suspension
Tokico D-Spec shocks
BF Goodrich KDW 275/40/18
Pypes O/R H
if it were me, i'd put something down the hole beside the plug to use as a lever to break the porcelain. maybe a wooden dowel from home depot. anything that will fit tighten between the wall and plug should break it.
Being the stubborn sob that I am, i'd probably first buy a pair of really long vise grips.
Boost or Buell, decisions, decisions.
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