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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In my experience with the 2.7L engine, the spark plugs are located on the top of the engine below the individual ignition coils. The coils are placed between the intake manifold and the valve covers, 3 per side. The coils are held in with "torx" screws. Simply remove the screws, and disconnect the connectors to remove the coils. The spark plugs will be underneath. Be sure to properly gap the spark plugs for maximum life and emissions compliance. Also, an improperly gapped plug can shorten the life of the coil packs.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: cannot remove rear rotor
you can also spray a good amount of W-4 or any kind of rust solvent where the disc sits on the hub. Let it stay for a while make sure it is soaked, make sure the car is in Neutral not in park!! What you would want to do then is hammer with a 4LBS plastic mallet from the inside out of the rotor by rotating it in three to four different positions. Repeat this process a couple of times and it will come off. Make sure there is no locking washer on the wheel bolts, if so you will have to cut them off. Trust me i just changed mine two weeks ago and it worked fine!
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Hi, If you have truble code check/service engine soon light on,then go to your local Autozone part store for a free scan. If not,i'm going to start with haveing you check the cooling fan relay,this can be found in the power distribution box,this can be found in the engine compartment.I would change places with another relay with the same number on it. If this takes care of it,buy a new relay and it was an easy fix. If not here's tests you will have to do as long as you have a digital volt meter.
The Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) sensor is used to sense engine coolant temperature. The sensor protrudes into an engine water jacket.
The ECT sensor is a two-wire Negative Thermal Coefficient (NTC) sensor. Meaning, as engine coolant temperature increases, resistance (voltage) in the sensor decreases. As temperature decreases, resistance (voltage) in the sensor increases.
The PCM compares the ECT, Intake Air Temperature (IAT), and Ambient Air Temperature (AAT) under cold start conditions. Following a start to run delay time, the sensor values are compared. If the one sensor value is not within a specified range of the other two sensors, the value is determined to be irrational
2.7L, 3.5L & 5.7L Engines
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
SOURCE: My son was driving home
over time engine vibrations can cause small bolts (like those found on hose clamps) to become loose. when you take your car in to be serviced (an actual inspection not just an oil change) they are supposed to check torques.
Posted on Aug 28, 2011
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