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Old 11-24-2011, 02:14 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by JFP in PA View Post
Because it is wrong.................Just as they were when they told dealers and customers that it was not possible to change an IMS bearing without splitting the cases…………
Its not wrong, they're just trying to prevent the average, retarded person that thinks they know exactly how to fix their car from destroying it....

If you use too much the plug CAN, but probably won't, blow out of the threads. If you use a copper based Anti-Sieze compound, it will still conduct electricity and therefore make a strong enough ground. Just don't use to much...

But we're just scaring the guy... Changing your Spark Plugs is not the technical of a job and I'm sure they'll be fine no matter what you do. Don't stress out about it :P
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