This is a very delicate operation, you are going to have to turn into Dr. House. First of all the way I like to do it is to get the engine hot, before I attempt the operation, things always come out easier when it is hot ( that's what she said), but it is too late for that. What do they have to do is spray some WD-40 into the glow plug hole ( she said that to) to loosen up the carbon around the glow plug, and then very carefully with a prybar turn the glow plug, and force it out of the hole, very gently. Do not use excessive force, if you brake it off, you will have to remove the head.
Thursday, November 26th, 2009 AT 7:11 PM