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Old 03-29-2017, 06:45 AM   #21
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Try tightening a smidgen first, then loosen.

I have also found the longer the breaker bar with less force seems to always beat shorter with more.

Ignoring physics of course....
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Will try to insert a small hose attached to a vacuum.
This may be a good time to buy one of the little video cameras with built in monitor and the camera on a flexible wire. Harbor Freight sells them.
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Mr. WK. The HF unit I purchased would not fit through the spark plug hole. I think there are much cheaper units that plug directly into a laptop with smaller ends but I don't think Mr. j need go to that expense.

IF there is crap in the cylinder and it DOES cause problems down the road he might end up doing what he was willing to do if his recent wrenching had not been successful. Replace the engine.
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