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NAPA Service Tools Ford Broken Spark Plug remover SER #4663

Removes Broken Spark Plugs From The Cylinder Head On Ford Triton 5.4 l, 4.6 l, & 6.8 l, 3-Valve Engines w/o Removing The Head


 


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