Question about 2006 Saturn Vue
Honda 3.5 6 cyl. motor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm not technical but I changed them :) I removed the element attached to the airfilter coming over the top of the engine. I used a srew driver and a 10mm ratchet -- The three in the back are a pain in the arse so... but not hard.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
I think you bought the dreaded Opel v6 in your Saturn. If it has six rubber hoses on the intake tubes, thats the Opel. A couple of years later, Saturn started using Honda v6's. A royal pain to replace the plugs, suggest a repair shop because the intake has to come off.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
This is a outstanding question!!! The plugs or wires are not visible from the top or sides of the moter. You just can't see em'!!! You have to remove the large black plastic air intake. Then remove the intake manafold(not too hard to do) to access the spark plugs and wires. Also: After removing all the black plastic air intake stuff, you'll have to remove the coil pack (long black plastic thing that says "Ecotek" on top). The coil pack is removed by disconnecting the wire connector on the driver's side end and then removing four bolts. To lift off the coil pack, you'll have to pull upwards firmly and evenly from both sides, because the spark plug boots or wires are holding onto the spark plugs as well as the coil. With the coil pack removed, look down into the silver channels - there's the plugs. To remove, you'll need a plug socket head and a socket wrench with long extension. To replace the plugs, I use an extra or old spark plug boot to hold the plug and get it started turning into the engine threads. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 Sayurn vue 3.0L
Under the intake manifold, it will need to be removed. Not too hard to do for the average diy but recommend buying a repair manual as a guide. you will need a 1/4" drive T30 torx socket with a long extension one of the bolts is hidden but the others are under the black cover on the top of the intake. you will also need to remove the coil pack held on with torx bolts. 8 or 10 inverted torx socket needed for that.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Remove the plugs, make sure the new plugs are gapped to .040, put anti-seize on the threads of the new plugs, then install them and tighten accordingly.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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