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Old 10-09-2003, 05:58 PM   #1
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I was putting the glow plug on my xxx-nt. The top part of the glow plug snapped off leaving the thread part in the engine head. How should I the thread part out?

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Remove the head and carefully unscrew it from the bottom.
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yes that would be the best way remove the head and screw it out from the bottom..just make sure you get the metal shavings cleaned up off the head that could be left from the broken glowplug..
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Got it out. Thanks
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