Spark plugs 2000 cad dts, where are they? how hard to do?
Where are the spark plugs on this car and are they easily accessible? Are there special tools needed? I have done this on many cars but can't locate them on this one. Took forever to find out where the fuses are! Under the back seat of all places! If I had some direction on how to get to them I am sure I could do it easily enough.
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It's actually the number three plug that is behind the steering column. They make a special socket just for this plug. Wharf you spark plug socket has a hex end on it than install it and use a wrench to turn the plug out. It is tedious but it will work. If you spark plug socket does not have the hex end than you can either get one or get the special tool. If you jack up the drivers side of the vehicle by the fframe you can access all the plugs a little easier through the wheel well opening. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!
Spark plugs are located on drivers side of engine and passenger side of the engine. Follow the distributor wires coming off your distributor cap. You will not be able to easily access all of your spark plugs from the top. For those pesky hard to reach spark plugs it is advised that you go through your wheel wells. You may have to remove the plastic shroud (or cut a hole in it).
No special tools required. Spark plugs or glow plugs mount down into the engine from the top. Last resort - follow the wires. Be careful when changong the plugs such that you don't break any of the wires. The wires are somewhat expensive, and break easily.