What I did: Just pulled on the cable till it seperated from the connector.
Got some long handle pliers and pulled off the connecter off of spark plug.
Took socket and wratchet and removed spark plug.
Bought new spark cable.
For future googlers:
Vise-grips on the "step" between boot and cable,
and long straight thing as a lever on the grips.
1 & 3 plugs can be reached from underneath to
To replace the plugs, expand the connector inside
a boot from one of the old cables, snip the cable off,
and use the boot as a "handle" to get the plug started.
(You can do this from inside.)
Then, remove the rubber insert from your spark plug
socket, or you never get it off the plug. Tighten
(again from underneath).
Once you get that all figured out, it doesn't really
take all that long.
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