#8 spark plug

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  1. 07hoeCHEVY

    07hoeCHEVY TYF Newbie

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    NEW to fourm what is the easiest way to remove #8 spark ? Thank

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    just use a combination of a adapters, I did that and attached a small ratchet with a breaker over it easy peasy
     
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    I know easier way, bring it to a dealer :grd: :signs8:
     
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    We used a 3/8 to 1/4 reducer and a 1/4 inch ratchet but were still too weak to break it loose, still in there! Which reminds me, I should give it a try again.
     
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    There are tons of options when it comes to adapters /extensions, etc. But the SK 45159 3/8" extension is supposedly the "magic" key.
     
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    put a breaker on that ratchet it come out
     
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    Yep. That and a regular ratchet.
     
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    Regular spark plug socket + 3/4" short socket on the end. It is just the right length to extend beyond the manifold, but leave room to get a regular 3/8" rachet in there to bust it loose.
     
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    On my 2004, I spent 5 to 10 minutes removing the tin heat shield and access to the #8 spark plug was a breeze. I am not sure if this would be the same on a 2007 to 2014.
     
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