Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Fair Oaks, Caliphornia
I changed mine yesterday. Besides the fact the old ones looked great with 9500 miles on them, changing the plugs was really quick and easy. I use the plug wrench that came with the tool kit and a 12mm wrench to turn the tool.
REAR: Pulled the two tank bolts, a small piece of a 2X4 and there was plenty of clearance (done from the left side)...
FRONT: Put the tank back down. I fed the tool around the the small hose that's in the way from the front of the valve cover, down and in. Came out the same way and reversed the processes to put the new one in (done from the right side)...
The key to not make it any more complicated than it needs to be. Like I said, quick and easy!!! Good luck with it...
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Last edited by Rollingbones; 11-24-2009 at 12:56 AM.