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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-23-2012, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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This might be a dumb question but in going to ask it anyway, where is the spark plug located and how singling get to it on a 2003 500? And what are the best options for replacement plugs?

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65 people looked at this thread and No one knows how to get the plug out?

2003 Polaris Predator 500
Yoshimura RS-3 Full Exhaust Kit
Dynojet 155 Main Jet
K&N Square Air Filter
Maxxis RAZR Tires
Acerbis Handguards
Tusk Comp Series Heelguards
Tusk Comp Series Nerf Bars
Tusk Front Bumper
Armadillo 6 Pack Rack
Trail Tech X Bars (Gold Color)
Trail Tech Big Bar Logo Clamp
Trail Tech Vapor( not yet installed)
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Well time to answer your question, first turn your gas off, disconnect the fuel line from the tank. Next remove both black side covers (2 torax screws should fall right off). Next remove the front plastic, 2 torax bits (one on each side) and one bolt straight through the front vent then just slide it forward off the gas tank. If you go to take them off completely make sure you disconnect the headlights. Now remove the bolt out of the gas tank and slide the gas tank backwards and off. The spark plug is down in the head just pull the plug wire out and it should be 5/8 down in there. Its not as bad once you get it down pat. Takes me like 10mins. Just make sure if something doesnt give double check you got all the bolts/screws i might not have been exact and plastic is not cheap lol. Goodluck i check forums usually once or twice a day ill check back if you dont get it.

P.s I personally just stuck with NGK never had an issue yet.

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