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How do i change the rear spark plugs easy

Is there a easy way to change the rear plugs?

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Yes just remove the coil pack.

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Replace spark plugs


If you have the 3.0 liter you can rep,ce the air cleaner housing from the back side of the engine and get to the rear spark plugs. The other two v-6 options the rear plugs need to be done from underneath the vehicle.

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Where are spark plugs and the 3 plug wires on 2006 Amanti


Under dash on driver's side
The front spark plugs are easy. To change the rear plugs the top mixing (plenum) chamber has to be removed. This involves removal of cables, electrical connectors, throttle body, vacuum hoses, & rear support brackets. Nasty job. Best left to a professional.
you can buy a book from a parts store whats the car doing that makes you think it needs plugs and wires

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I need to change spark plugs on my 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe/3.5 V6, can't seem to locate the other 3 plugs. I know they are somewhere in the back of engine compartment. Don't want to start ripping parts off...


you arent going to want to hear this but...you have to remove the intake plenum to access those rear plugs. doable but not a fun job for a novice. rear brakes should be easy if youve done brake before

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Is there an easy way to change the rear spark plugss on the 3.3 v-6 in a dodge caravan?


the easiest way to change the spark plugs is to go from underneath but it's a very tight fit.

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Need help changing spark plugs in my 2001 pontiac aztek.


I found that a 2 inch adapter with a swivel made it easier than normal. I have also remoed the rear motor mount and lifting the engine up enough to ge to the rear plugs also works. Its not easy, good luck and I hope I helped you out.

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2001 Pontiac Aztec 3.4 liter V-6. How do you change the rear spark plugs


It's not easy.
It took me four hours to change the three plugs on the rear bank, but it can be done.
The way I did it, I put the aztec up on ramps, slid underneath and followed the spark plug wires down to the plugs. I ended up working mostly by feel instead of sight.
With a lot of patience, an assortment of extensions and a swivel joint, the plugs can be changed.

An extra elbow in your right arm, and a large assortment of four letter words would also be handy to have.
Good luck!

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Changing spark plugs


as you know the front ones are rather easy to get to, but the rear bank is a bear..the best way is on a lift but you can get to them using a 3/8 rachet a 3inch extension and the plug socket.. take the air tube off the throttle body.. reach under the throttle body behind the engine you will feel the plug wires that way.. once you get the wires off the plugs are a pain but changable..

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Spark Plug Replacement


The spark plugs are located on top of the engine, underneath a square on top of the valve cover area. Look at this photo:
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You have to remove the two screws, and you'll find the individual coil and spark plugs under that.

Unfortunately, the rear plugs are very hard to get to. You MAY have to have the dealer do the rears- as they may have to take out an engine mounting bolt and tilt the engine forward to get to the rear plugs.

Not an easy job. My dealer charges $260 to replace the plugs.


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Replacing spark plugs


unless you have a specific issue with the plugs , don't waste your money changing them
the v6 engine has the rear plugs as platinum plugs because it is near impossible to change them and modern engines
( manufacturer design fault in the location of the engine and so they fitted special plugs before installing the engine )
plugs last the life of the engine
if you are doing a "tune up" that is a waste of money as the ECM tunes the engine 60 times a minute
all you have to do for a "tune up" is to have the fault codes read for sensor problems

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