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Trying to help one of my students with his 2000 Ford F-150. He was attempting to change a coil over plug coil and only part of it came off. I haven't seen it yet, but what are we in for? Part of the coil is still on the plug, in the hole.

He was trying to fix a number 2 cylinder mis-fire that happened after he degreased his engine.

Yes, the same kid that has the transmission issue from a couple days ago.

Thank you.
 

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should be able to yank out the remains with a needle nose, then there should be a long spring a rubber sparkplug boot then the sparkplug. The long spring makes the connection from coil to plug
 

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Im guessing just the rubber boot and/or spring stayed on. Should just yank right off the plug. Most aftermarket coils come with new boots.
 

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long needle nose,the tool that snap on sells is for the 3 valve motor when the bottom part of the plug breaks off in the head
 

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Phuck needle nose pliers ..just take a hose pick and pull it out or if you dont have anypicks take a coat hanger and make a hook
 

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Thanks everyone. I'll take one of my dent pics with me when we go to fix this.
 
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