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Re: broken spark plug removal HELP!

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Posted by Greg D. on February 11, 2001 at 17:05:37 from (

In Reply to: broken spark plug removal HELP! posted by ange on February 11, 2001 at 16:28:12:

If all else fails as you have said, here`s my $.02
With the porcelain out of the cemter, you could put a bolt into the hole of what is left of the plug and weld it to what is left in the head. Be very careful with gas and sparks.
The other option, I would consider, take a hacksaw blade and use as a bayonet type saw and cut through the remainder of the plug. Don`t get into the threads to damage them. Cut in two differet places across from one another. That should relieve the threads from the head and allow you to tun it out. I assume you have used a good penetrting oil on what is left of the plug?
Thouroughly clean out the cylinder from any cuttins or dirt that may get into the head. Chase the threads and never sieze a new plug into place. Good Luck!!!!!!

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