Question about 2003 Kia Sorento
I just came from the Firestone Store and they wanted 202.00 labor to change the plugs
The only thing you need is the appropriate plug socket extension bar and ratchet handle.Undo and remove/replace one plug at a time so you dont get the h/t leads mixed up Also when removing the h/t leads remove with a twisting motion they will be tight but keep twisting as you pull and they will come off.Be as gentle as possible with the h/t leads as they are quite fragile.When you buy the plugs ask the store to make sure the spark plug gap is right for your vehicle as there are some variations.Good luck and good on ya for not being ripped off and doing it yourself!
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Just have to unscrew the two black cover and than, on the left side of the car unscrew the 3 coils to have access to the spark plugs. On the right side, you have direct access. Thats it. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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