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2003 Nissan Murano Spark plug removal ( rear babk ) - the fastest way to do it.

I've seen the answer to this question already. You have suggested removing front motor mounts and then tilting the engine forward.

Have you done this yourself? Do i need to also remove any other parts?
Would I have enough space to remove the plugs?

Thanks.

-Greg.

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Yes i have done this myself many of times on all transverse mounted motors. also another approach you can use is to put the vehicle on jack stands and remove the plugs from underneath. then you don't have to remove the dog bone mounts. hope this helps

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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