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Coil pack?

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I got code PO 305 on a 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis, what is the spark plug wire part called, is it #5 coil, and should I replace the coil and spark plug and what should the spark plug be gapped at? Thank...


I got code PO 305 on a 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis, what is the spark plug wire part called
This will have a direct coil over ignition with a coil over each spark plug. The coil is the electrical part over the spark plug. The coil also has a rubber part that is called the boot or spark plug boot. The boots can be purchased separately but the coils will come with new boots.

is it #5 coil,

Have you checked to see if there is any spark coming out of the number 5 coil?



and should I replace the coil and spark plug and what should the spark plug be gapped at?

When was the last time the spark plugs where changed? It may be due for all the spark plugs to be changed. The spark plug gap is usually listed on the emissions sticker under the hood. It should be .050 - .056 or very close to that.

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On a 1997 mercedes sl320 once the top cover is removed and the spark plugs are in sight, is the plug replacing pretty simple?


it's can do, but you must have a good knowledge to do it, i will guide you how to do it, first get right spark plugs for your particular car, it's very impotent to get right spark plugs, otherwise it will get damaged engine, first remove top cover of engine, then very carefully remove spark plug lids from spark plug, keep in mind don't pull spark plug lids form wire it will brake easily, you must pull lids from plastic holder which is in side the head cover, after remove lids have good look inside holes before remove spark plugs, if you can see any dirty or dust inside hole between plug and housing you must remove that otherwise wen you remove spark plugs it will fall inside the combustion chamber, use high presser air to blow it, then you need right spark plug box for remove spark plug after remove the spark plugs get one spark plug to spear parts shop, and ask right one for that model, wise salesmen know how to find the right one, don't use any duplicate cheep spark plugs, even new spark plugs check the spark gaps all are the same, if you see any one deferant than outhers need to be correct the gap using piller Gage mus be use 33 lip on your piller Gage to set gap, then first your spark plug fix in to the plug box spanner and lowly insert in to the plug hole and tight it, don't let spark plug to fall in to the hole when you insert it, if it fall in, it can be change spark gap in your new plug, spark plug tighten tourque is 25nm, don't tight toomuch or don't let box spanner to angle when you tight, keep hold middle of hole when you tight it, it can crack ceramic part of spark plug, if one spark plug cracked it will make misfiring the engine, after replace all spark plugs clean lids hole using rags if its wet or oily, then install and press it in to the spark plug hole you can hear locking noise wen it get right. be careful don't mix up lids better keep mark all the lids if not numbers in lids, is this information helped you?

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Where are the spark plugs?


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Where are the spark plugs located?


You have what is called a 'coil-over plug' system, which means there is a seperate ignition coil for each plug. On each side you will see 4 small plastic boxes with a single bolt and some wires plugged into it. Remove the bolt, unplug the wires and pull the coil out. the plug is in the hole. Repeat for all 8.

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Location of sparks plugs


For Jeep Cherokees with a 4.0 engine; (if you are standing in front of the vehicle looking back at the engine compartment) the spark plugs are on the left side / the same side as your battery. What look like spark plugs on the right side of the engine are actually your fuel injectors. On the exact opposite side of the engine block, all 6 spark plugs are held in place with a long rectangular box (called a coil pack) that has 3 small raised boxes on it. The coil pack is the length of the engine block and about 1 1/2 wide. There are 4 large approx 1/2 bolts that hold this coil pack in place. There is a plug on the back end / closest to the fire wall where you can upplug this coil pack but I couldn't unplug it.
Simply, remove the 4 bolts holding the coil pack in place, lift the coil pack away from the engine block and the spark plugs are exposed. The boots that attach to the spark plugs are "fixed" in to the coil pack. Replace your spark plugs some type of using anti-sieze compound, adjust your gap, and torque to 19 lbs. NOTE: use dielectric grease on plug boots and coil pack ends of wires. can also be used on plug in bulbs.
The above answer is great but if they are platnum plugs dont bother setting gap because you usually don't get a spec anyways and you do more harm than good. The gap is preset.

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Spark plug removal


Use my advice at your own risk. I will not be held responsible for what you do to your vehicle. For Jeep Cherokees with a 4.0 engine; (if you are standing in front of the vehicle looking back at the engine compartment) the spark plugs are on the left side / the same side as your battery. What look like spark plugs on the right side of the engine are actually your fuel injectors. On the exact opposite side of the engine block, all 6 spark plugs are held in place with a long rectangular box (called a coil pack) that has 3 small raised boxes on it. The coil pack is the length of the engine block and about 1 1/2 wide. There are 4 large approx 1/2 bolts that hold this coil pack in place. There is a plug on the back end / closest to the fire wall where you can upplug this coil pack but I couldn't unplug it. Simply, remove the 4 bolts holding the coil pack in place, lift the coil pack away from the engine block and the spark plugs are exposed. The boots that attach to the spark plugs are "fixed" in to the coil pack. Replace your spark plugs some type of using anti-sieze compound, adjust your gap, and torque to 19 lbs. NOTE: use dielectric grease on plug boots and coil pack ends of wires. can also be used on plug in bulbs. The above answer is great but if they are platnum plugs dont bother setting gap because you usually don't get a spec anyways and you do more harm than good. The gap is preset

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