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The big grey thing on top is the intake plenum. it needs to be removed. i think there is 5 or 6 long bolts that hold it in. (the 6 holes on top). the intake hose clamp has to be undone and hose removed then just work your way carefully around the plenum and remove any vacum pipes and clips connected to it. (remember where they go. might be a good idea to label them if ur unsure) then give it a good pull upwards to remove it from the gasket and carefully move to one side.
underneath you will find two rows of 3 coils (black boxes with a 10mm bolt holding them. unplug the power clip, undo the 10 mm nut and pull the coil pack upwards. then if you look down inside you will see the sparks. i think form memory a deep 16" will do the job on them. if youve got a special spark socket there even better they have some rubber inside that grabs the plug and lifts it out for you!!
let me know how you go. cheers man!!
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have your starter checked. Mine did the same thing. In the beginning it was slow cranking over. Then it just stopped turning over all together. Is it a stick or automatic? If stick get a push start from friends if it runs fine then you know it's the starter. Good luck hope this helped.
Posted on Oct 27, 2012
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