my 2002 mazda has a stripped out spark plug terminal in the aluminum head .I was told either a heely coil or new head .Any suggestion of anywhere I could get a fair price in southern nj to remedy my issue theshop istalking a bundle but no warrent on the heely coil ..any suggestions
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2002 Mazda Tribute Question: head cover
Answer #1patrick mannion from Greg Solow's Engine Room, August 31, 2009, 19:17Master
I wish I had the part number of the helicoil kit we use at work, I have been very successful at putting in helicoils in spark plug tubes using the kit we have. Any time spark plugs are replaced it is important to use a dab of never seize on the thread of the plug to prevent it from seizing and also important to torque the plug correctly. If you reply tomorrow I will get a separate email sent to meat work from Repairpal and will forward the helicoil kit number to you.
Answer #2backyard tech August 31, 2009, 22:53Master
You need to find a differant shop. It does not cost a "BUNDLE". Hopefully Pat will get you the info.
Replyalightsout, September 02, 2009, 08:40Rookie
thanks if you could find out the prices for me it would be appreciated will be checking back soon.