Question about 1995 Nissan Altima
I've done this before! It's pretty much like-easy. It's best to do them one at at time, so you don't get the wires that go to them mixed up -- which is "teh bad". I've read that you probably want to dissconnect your battery first -- but when I did it, I don't think I did. Anyway, for each plug, you pull up the plug from the top of the engine (pull on the plug not the wire) and you'll need a deep socket wrench with probably some extensions to reach all the way into the cylinder head cover to unscrew them and get them out. When you put new plugs in, you have to make sure that you gap them according to the specifications on your car... which is something around 0.39-0.43 (I've got the book right here). You might want to lubricate them -- but make sure that when/if you do, you use the stuff you're supposed to use for it. (It involves silicone and stuff.) When you screw the new one in, don't tighten it too much and after it is in, push the boot down on top of it until it sort of clicks into place. Do this for all four.
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