[DML] Re: Spark plug boot hopping
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[DML] Re: Spark plug boot hopping

Pull off the wire and pull back the boot a little along the lead, 
when putting it back on the plug make sure the metal retainer goes 
right over the spark plug top, I use a screw driver to push them 
on .... i think that this retainerisnt pushed right onto the plug. 
Then push back the boot over the engine lip.



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "delorean_3" <delorean3@...> wrote:
> All,
> This weekend I replaced my old fuel lines with Hervey's stainless 
> ones.  After a little trial and error, I was able to find and 
> all the leaks around the distributor top.  When I started it to 
> for any leaks, I kept hearing a popping sound coming out of the 
> compartment that I hadn't heard before.  After quite a bit of 
> I finally found the sound.  Apparantly, the middle spark plug boot 
> the left side was hopping up and down making a popping sound.  The 
> spark plugs were replaced about two weeks ago, but I am almost 
> they were tightened down to specification.  My question is first 
> what would be causing this? and is it harmful to my engine if I 
> get it remedied right away?  Thanks in advance for any help.
> Jack
> VIN 2728
> Laurel, MD

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