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Spark Plug Wire/Boot separation.... - August 12, 2007, 09:12 PM

I was replacing the spark plugs on my bike ('04 SV650S). When I was pulling the plug wire off, the wire separated from the boot. (The wire came out of the part that goes over the plug.) I pushed the wire back into the boot as far as it would go and the bike seems to be running on both cylinders (it's a twin), but should I replace this spark plug wire? Is the wire supposed to separate from the boot like that? Or did I break it? I had to pull pretty hard because I couldn't get the plug wire off the spark plug.

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Mike
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August 14, 2007, 07:56 AM

I called Fairfax Cycles (they rock). They walked me through it over the phone. Basically, the wires just screw back into the boots.
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