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Old 07-07-2011, 09:04 PM   #1
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Generac spark plug changing

It is getting time to change the sparkplugs on my Generac generator.
The spark plugs are located on the the left and right side of the genny. I have only about inch clearance on the sides. Not enough room to place a socket of any type. I may have to pull out the genny to change which appears to be a major job. It does not slide out. Any suggestions? If I have to take out the genny any ideas? I hate to take it to a dealer just for this which should be a simple operation. At $115 per hour, that could be a $250 job at the dealer.
Do most dealers have a generator maintenance deal? Thanks ..............
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