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Spark plug replacement Honda Fit 2007 - 2013 Petrol 1.5

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Honda Fit 2007 - 2013  | 1.5 Spark plug replacement

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1 Spark plug replacement requires a spark plug socket and extension which fits onto a ratchet. This socket is lined with a rubber grommet to protect the porcelain insulator of the spark plug and to hold the plug while you remove it. You will also need a wire-type feeler gauge to check and adjust the spark plug gap and a torque wrench to tighten the new plugs to the specified torque. Tools required for changing spark plugs are: 1 Spark plug socket - This will have special padding inside to protect the spark plug porcelain insulator 2 Torque wrench - Although not mandatory, use of this tool is the best way to ensure that the plugs are tightened properly 3 Ratchet - Standard hand tool to fit the plug socket 4 Extension - Depending on model and accessories, you may need special extensions and universal joints to reach one or more of the plugs 5 Spark plug gap gauge - This gauge for checking the gap comes in a variety of styles. Make sure the gap for your engine is included

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