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heres a few tips new corvette guys don,t always know
(1)theres several removable panels near the suspension that make spark plug accsess much easier after they are removed
(2) use a 2 foot long section of 3/8" fuel line slipped /forced over the end of the spark plug as a hand guide when placeing and removing plugs into the threads once they are loose, this can be spun to turn the plugs from many odd angles
(3)theres several tools designed to make life easier

http://store.yahoo.com/squaredrive/sw-1001.html


(4) long extensions with a universal 5/8" sparkplug socket can be used in many cases
(5) if it takes over an hour your doing something very wrong
 

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grumpyvette said:
heres a few tips new corvette guys don,t always know
(1)theres several removable panels near the suspension that make spark plug accsess much easier after they are removed
(2) use a 2 foot long section of 3/8" fuel line slipped /forced over the end of the spark plug as a hand guide when placeing and removing plugs into the threads once they are loose, this can be spun to turn the plugs from many odd angles
(3)theres several tools designed to make life easier

http://store.yahoo.com/squaredrive/sw-1001.html


(4) long extensions with a universal 5/8" sparkplug socket can be used in many cases
(5) if it takes over an hour your doing something very wrong
:surprised

That's the tool I need!!!!
 
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