Sounds like they are baked on man. Twist the wire, try to get it to spin on the plug, once that happens, should be able to get them off. Don't feel bad I had to fight the wires on my 94 360, broke two wires in the process and pulled the boots off with pliers.
If your gonna replace the wires, use any means possible to get them off, but be sure to put a bit of silicone on the new ones in order to avoid this in the future.
Lol - not the dumbest question - I think I still hold that title
I've had this trouble before - there's a cheap little tool made, it's like a flat bar with two little forks at 90 deg.'s. You can hook under the end of the boot and pull - I've found them very helpful.
Yep, im a freaking moron. i went back out there and tried harder and they pop off like regular ones but the end of the wire is long so it goes down into that metal sleeve thingy that piss me off cause you have to pull em out them wipe em with wd40 to bang em back in. and then the back 2 under neath the master cyl, well u cant even get those out because uhh there under the master cyl. oh well it took me 24 minutes to change 8 plugs. think i can be a crew chief
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