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Spark plug location

Where is the spark plugs located at on a 2002 suzuki esteem???? Can someone please tell me and will it cause your service engine light to come on and stay on?? My wifes car is doing this and all fluids are new and clean but the light came on and stays on. It has 93000 miles on it and I had the trans. and oil changed recently. Thanks ,,, Jim

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  • old542006 Feb 24, 2009

    Thanks,I was going to take it to autozone and have it checked but it seems to not have any problems except for the gas mileage we got Sunday on a trip. Thanks, Jim



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Yes the service light can come on because of the spark plugs. the best way to find out what the service light is on for is to go to one of the major auto parts stores and they will check it and tell you what you need for free. cant help you with the location of the plugs because ive never worked on this vehicle before.

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