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Frequently Asked Questions
Many of your questions will be answered on the Frequently Asked Question page.
What's New !!!
We will be traveling from Central California to both Tucson, Arizona and Oregon/Washington the end of December 2014.
We are able to save customers a large portion if not all of the travel fees when we are already in their area.
Finally available to the public!!! Our new conversions for ultra high reliability and service vehicles. (click here)
Our Emergency Plug Kit is now available again. It is mainly designed for Motor Homes but is usable on any type of vehicle giving you the ability to transport your vehicle much longer distances for repairs without the annoying sound created when a spark plug is missing. (click here)
We have developed a new tool that gives us the ability to do permanent repairs on the Dual Overhead Cam 4.6 liter engines as well that is used in many cars including the Mustang Cobra and the Mark VIII.
We have developed a new process to repair the threads in many motorcycle cylinder heads as well. (see M/C Repair)
Blownoutsparkplug has repaired hundreds of blown out sparkplugs nationwide and has never had a failure of the repaired spark plug threads.
Local & Nationwide Service
Blownoutsparkplug has two locations. We currently have two repair facilities located in California. One is in El Cajon near San Diego and the other is in Santa Ynez near Santa Barbara. We also have a complete mobile repair system that is capable of service at any location in the United States including Hawaii and Alaska. (see comments regarding nationwide service)
If travel is required:
Repairs at local facilities:
Secondary Oversize Repairs
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This is a picture of the inside of the cylinder head after the plug threads have been
damaged from a blown out spark plug.
This is a picture of the inside of the cylinder head that was repaired by
Blownoutsparkplug many miles ago.
This is a picture of the inside of a cylinder head that has never had any problems or
needed any repairs.