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Trying to change spark plugs on a 2005 mitsubishi endeavor

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  • tealiu Feb 22, 2009

    How to remove the engine cover on 2005 mits endeavor in order to change the spark plugs. thanks. Tea

  • ncchip90 Mar 09, 2009

    how do i get the 3 plugs not seen on a 07 mitsu endeavor?

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    I need to know how replace the spark plug for a eclipse mitsubishi

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THEIR ARE ABOUT 9 BOLT TO REMOVE THAT SUPPORT THE INTAKE. 2 ARE IN THE REAR IN THE CENTER OF THE SUPPORT BRACKET THE 5 THAT ANCHOR THE INTAKE ITSELF AND 2 UNDER THE INTAKE THROTTLE BODY. ( 12MM) 3 HOSES ON TOP OF THE INTAKE TO REMOVE AND 1 SENSOR TO UNPLUG OR UNBOLT (8MM)THE ONE ON TOP OF THE INTAKE (TOP LEFT REAR). THIS WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS TO THE REAR PLUGS.
REMOVE THE SENSORS BRACKET OR HOLDER ( ON THE LEFT JUST LIFT UP TO REMOVE) AND SWING THE INTAKE TO THE RIGHT. UNPLUG THE PLUG MODULE THEN UNBOLT THEM (10MM).

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Loosen the plug with a socket ..and use a magnet to retrieve it

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The front three should be easy enough. They are right in front of the intake plenum. (big black plastic looking thing on top of the engine. The back three are underneath the intake plenum. It seems like a lot to tackle but it is really not that bad.
As always, if you are not sure you have the skills to attempt this go to a qualified mechanic. I did mine in an afternoon.

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YOU NEED LONG SPARK PLUG SOCKET. NEED A 3/8 INCH RATCHET WRENCH.YOU NEED EXTENSION.YOU NEED SPARK GAUGE YOU NEED A TORQUE WRENCH. NOT MANDATORY JUST DONT OVER TIGHTEN SPARK PLUGS STRIP ALUMINUM THREADS WAIT UNTIL ENGINE COOL TO KEEP FROM WARPING THE HEADS. SPARK PLUGS LOCATION ON TOP OF CYLINDER HEADS.TO GET TO SPARK PLUGS THE COILS ON TOP EACH SPARK PLUG.HAS TO BE REMOVED BY REMOVING SMALL SCREW.THAT HOLD COILS DOWN.AND CHANGE ONE SPARK PLUG AT A TIME SO YOU WONT GET THEM MIXED UP.GAP PLUGS AT 0.028 - 0.031

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