Stripped spark plug hole in head!!!HELP
auditony at gmail.com
Thu Mar 29 13:56:48 EDT 2007
Well, since you mention helicoil.......We did this to a Toyota truck years
ago, the helicoil lasted about 50K. On a car I actually cared about, I
would find another head, personally. But, It is possible. We used red
loctite, and did it on the truck, without pulling the head. But, the truck
was a POS hunting/fishing/general work type of truck, so it didn't really
matter. Do you really want metal shavings (alluminum or not) in your engine?
If not, you will have to pull the head. Might as well find another at that
Just my $.02
On 3/29/07, Premiere Investment Properties,LLC. <tsidders at wi.rr.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> I bought a 92 S4 about a year ago, and the car was/is very solid. I went
> thru the records and saw it just had a tune up recently from a notable
> dealer. Long story short, one of the plugs backed out of the head and in
> doing so...Totally stripped any threads in the head along the way, not to
> mention destroy the coilpack as well.
> My question is, does the head have to come off in order to helicoil the
> hole or can it be done by someway I am not familiar with.
> Any help is appreciated
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