Question about 2002 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab
Very hard to get to, special tools?
All of them are easy except the last in the back as you are probably aware. No 'special' tools needed. I managed it with a a u-joint and 10" and a 6" extensions; the 10" seems about just right, the other not so critical.
From the passenger's side, lay over the wheel well and drop your plug socket with the 10" extension into the spark plug hole. That may take a couple minutes a fiddling to find it. Once in, slip on the u-joint. It will be right up against the firewall. Then put the other extension on. Voila!
Installing is the same. Put the plug in with the 10" extension, start by hand, then put the u-joint on & finish.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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