|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.4 x 8.6 x 2.1 inches|
|Item model number||65600|
|Manufacturer Part Number||65600|
|OEM Part Number||65600|
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Lisle (LIS65600) Broken Spark Plug Remover for Ford Triton 3 Valve Engines
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- This tool set removes broken spark plugs from 2004 and newer Triton 3 valve per cylinder engines
- Porcelain pusher is used to press the porcelain piece, without breaking the porcelain, farther into the plug tip
- Oil film present on item to prevent rust post black oxide process
- This provides space for the left hand thread remover to bite into the stainless steel plug tip so it can then be pulled
- Package dimension is 5.38 inches width by 8.56 inches height by 2.13 inches depth.Blow-molded storage case included
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Then a light shown through the heavens and bestowed upon me this amazing device. It's as if the Gods of ancient created this magical device in the forges of Mt. Olympus... Hermes could not even have gotten it to me as fast as Amazon did. I was flabbergasted and twitterpated.
This amazing tool worked flawlessly. One bit of advice, be sure to coat the extractor end (left-handed threaded part that goes into the plug) with anti-seize first. this will ensure that it will not fail like others have posted. On the left-handed shaft threads, i also recommend coating them with engine oil.... going a step further, i coated the spark plug threaded portion of the punch tool with anti-seize. make sure you blow out all the little chips before using the extracting tool, too.
Upon first using it, just take your time and don't mind the crunching sound. it's normal. once you remove the first broken plug with ease, ignore that uncomfortable feeling in the front of your pants. that's just the raging excitement you got from realizing that you don't have to go through the terrible task of pulling the cylinder heads.
if i could, i would turn this tool into a woman and make sweet, sweet love to her. just make sure you wipe off all the anti-seize, first. it's not good for your junk.
I changed the plugs in my 2005 Ford Expedition. I had access to the Ford Technical bulletin regarding removing the spark plugs. I followed the bulletin to the letter but still broke three spark plugs during removal. One head had one broken plug and the other plug had two broken plugs. I thought I was going to have to remove both heads to get the plugs out!
To compound my troubles, each plug was broken a different way. One just left the metal sleeve in the head. One had a cleanly broken ceramic. One had a jagged broken ceramic piece that extended almost 1/4" above the metal sleeve. I thought for sure I would have to remove both heads.
I looked around the internet and found this tool. At first I thought it was expensive but after reading comment on various boards, I realized it was a real bargain if it worked even for one of the heads. New gaskets cost more for one head than the cost of this tool. Many people have spent thousands to remove broken spark plugs.
I used the tool and it worked like a dream! The first time I used it, it was a little hard to get started but after that it was perfect. It even worked on the plug with the jagged, extended ceramic. The tool broke the ceramic on the top and pushed the piece down as designed. I wish I would have thought to put some grease on a cloth strip and shove it down in the plug hole with a long screwdriver to pick up the broken ceramic. However, I think I got the whole thing cleaned pretty well.
This is an excellent tool and does a near perfect job of removing broken spark plugs from Ford heads. I recommend it to anyone without hesitation.
Like other Triton owners, I am still amazed that Ford would design such a condition, and then pretty much ignore their faithful followers, except to produce a TSB covering their recommended plug removal procedure. ( Do any of you ever recall needing a "Procedures Manual" to change spark plugs?) This was my 5th ford truck, and I am used to swearing by them, not at them.
I would like to add that anyone attempting to tackle this project should make sure that they clear each cylinder with compressed air before and after removing each plug, and immediately install each new plugs after clearing its cylinder.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a lifesaver and money saver. 6 out of 8 plugs broke in block, this product pulled them all out. Read morePublished 2 days ago by chrurx
Bought this insurance for a Ford Triton V8 spark plug change but didn't need it. Very grateful to the seller for accepting returns for unused products, but I'm not sure that the... Read morePublished 4 days ago by William J Bass
I have had to use this tool for pulling out broken 3 valve spark plugs when I first started working on the new design and I have had great luck with it. Read morePublished 6 days ago by gunslinger
This is the tool to get broken plugs out with !!! Don't waste your time on that other one you have to glue !!!!Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
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Follow the instructions to a T and you won't have any problems. This tool works like a dream and makes a very bad situation no big deal!!! Read morePublished 14 days ago by Dane7729