does anybody knows how to remove an socket out of an spark plug hole?

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Asked by Apr 19, 2014 at 03:03 AM about the Nissan Frontier

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

socket stuck in sparkplug hole

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If it's a spark plug socket and it's wedged in there I would spray area with some wd 40 and use ratchet extention to try and wiggle it free. If it's another size socket or just plug socket loose in the hole an extention magnet might get it out for you.

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I have also used long needle nosed pliers to get them out.

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Its a short wall socket, i use that just to see if that's the right size and it accidentally fall. It's pretty deep in there. No long nose pliers, no car.

Magnet if it's not really stuck

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I Invented a tool to remove socket from spark plug tube if you want to know more ask

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