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Follow your spark plug wires down to the spark plugs. They go.in order by the sides of the engine. So left side of engine starting from front to back is 1,2,3. Right side front to back is 4,5,6. So, it should be the wire that is connected to the spark plug on the left back of the engine.
Firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6
Cylinders are numbered as such:
Standing in front of the car looking at the engine the cylinders farthest from you on the back side of the engine are from left to right, 1-2-3 and on the front side closest to you from left to right 4-5-6.
front three easy. back three I took the breather off the air duct, the intake, and a few hoses to get to the back three. it took several hours but was worth it. the mileage went from 18mpg to 27mpg. good luck
You have to remove the parts that are in the way, then lay on top of the engine to get at the plugs, you will need a good spark plug boot removal tool as well or you will tear the plug boots, the plugs don't need changing until 100,000 miles.
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Quick and simple solution is change the spark plugs, use the plain platinum type, and the spark plug wires. When installing the plugs, be sure to use antiseize compoud on the plug threads before installing them. The proper spark plug gap will be listed on a sticker label under the hood. It helps to remove them air filter assembly and duct work to get easier access to the back three plugs.
If you're talking about the spark plugs, it's pretty easy. Follow the spark plug wires back to the cylinder heads. This will have a rubber cap on it, pull that off and you'll see a little metal stem. Use a 5/8" Sparkplug socket (deep well with a little rubber insert to protect the plug) and unthread it. After this, coat it with some spark plug thread sealer (it's in a little pack sold at the front counter of an auto parts store like Autozone). Put your new plugs in and tighten them down. Don't tighten too much, you just want them to be snug. Hope this helps.