How to remove a broken spark plug using an ez-out bolt extractor. How to figure out which ignition wire goes where. 2000 Dodge Durango 5.9l. How to replace rotor cap and ignition wires. ALL ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK by jcook007fix Hi, it's better to NOT break the plug. Soak them all in PBB before proceeding. IMHO PB Blaster dissolves rust best. Better than WD40. Soak the piece in the cylinder head with the PBB. Gently heat with the torch. Try the EZ out. The flutes of the EZ out should be sharp, like new. The bolt extractor should dig in to the broken part and twist it out. Keep the socket, extension and ratchet perfectly straight on to the EX out. The EX out will not bend, flex, or twist, it will snap in half. If the broken piece of plug doesn't come out on the first try, remove the EZ out, then soak and heat the part again. Try to reposition the bolt extractor in the same cut groves to minimize creating metal flakes that fall into the cylinder. If you drop any bits of metal in the cylinder, fish them out before turning the engine over. The heating and cooling can help the PBB penetrate around the threads and the spark plug piece will slightly expand and contract. The PBB can ignite and burn. Don't panic. Just blow it out. Some PBB will run down into the cylinder, this is not a problem. Once you have removed the broken plug, turn the engine over a couple times without the plug installed and it will push it out. The Bolt Extractor I used is 7/16 inch.
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