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I am trying to replace spark plugs.I have already replaced 5 of the 6 plugs and I have removed the wire from the last plug in the rear. However, I have been unable to fine the plug. I need to fig out how to find the plug with out the wire so that Ican remove and replace it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
This is Totally Common when the Plug Wire Boots have Not been Lubricated Before Installation. Get a Pair of Pliers and Move Back and Forth While Pulling and they will Come off. It will not be Easy, Even if the are the Factory Wires. Make Sure and Use the Lube that they come with on the Next Install. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
It makes it a lot easier if you move the alternator out of the way. some times you can get to them from the bottom of the car. When you get to the plug wires twist them to get them lose from the spark plug. Make sure you grab the end of them. don't twist just the wire.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
The rear plugs on this car are relatively easy to change. First locate the electrical connectors on the rear coils and remove them. Next, take a 10mm socket and remove the bolt that hold the coils to the engine block and remove each coil. The last step is to remove each plug and install the new ones. You may need various extensions and such, but it is very do-able and you do not need to remove the air plenum as you do with the 3.5 engine used in 2002.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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