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Spark plug and coil tools

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These two tool sets make changing coils and spark plugs much easier.

 

1. Kobalt "24 piece right angle bit driver set. #0338552"  SKU #09919852324

 

2. Service Kits "3 piece spark plug service kit #41740"

 

 

The small ratcheting handle in the driver kit allows you to remove the coil bolts with a lot less aggravation.

 

The magnetic spark plug sockets are permanently attached to the extensions so you don't lose them in the plug wells. And the short extensions are perfect for the job. 

 

 

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