I was cleaning some oil off my WD and I noticed one of the sparkplugs was loose, so I got the socket and it wouldn't tighten. I assume the threads are stripped. I didn't remove it, the tractor seems to run O.K. but I don't know for how long. What's the remedy?
Re: Stripped threads in reply to Jim-IL, 04-22-2004 05:09:01
Jim, They make a spark plug thread chaser, usuall avaliable at any auto parts store. Be sure to take one of your old pluge in so they know what thread size/pitch it is. If the plug is loose, compression will leak out of that hole, so you need to get it taken care of.
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