When you look at the engine you should see a black plastic cover over the top, you have to remove the (4) bolts that should allow you access to the top of your motor. You will then have to remove The bolts that are holding your plugwires to the top of your engine. Once removed you will then have to pull up on the wires, you will then see that your spark plugs. Note you will need at least a 6 inch extension to be able to reach the plugs. Good Luck
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go to the library and get chiltons repair manual or buy one. its big job you have in mind and you need to know what your doing or cyour car will be junk. check in your area to see if the high schools have a mechanics trade school you can have your car repaired by students under the supervison of the intructors
If it cranks it turns over just to clarify. The plugs may be fuel fouled and not sparking inside the cylinders. Its possible one of the injectors is shorted to ground and making all of the injectors stay open. I would pull the plugs and see if they are wet or dry, if wet unplug the pump relay and try another set of plugs to dry out the cylinders. If you can get it started, try putting the pump relay back in.
NGK Standard Sparkplugs for your Suzuki. are reccomended. they are probably more expensive, but they are worth it. I put the oem plugs in my malibu, and it makes a big difference on how it runs. good-day !
You will need a 16mm plug spanner with at least a 6 inch extension.
First, remove plastic guards on top of engine. It's located on the head of the engine block. Unplug and pull upward 4 black smaller rectangular boxes which held down by a screw in the corner of each. The bottom of this tube is connects to the top of the spark plugs. You will need a socket extension to get the spark plug socket that far down. Remove plugs then re-assemble everything. To avoid confuse on the wiring order, do one completely before going to the next. Tighten plugs to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm). Beware that the engine you have MAY be fitted with Iridium plugs, and such do
not need to be replaced until after 80.000 - 100.000 km.
If you replace
the plugs with conventional copper ones, you will need to adjust the gap on each
one of them according to the spec of your engine.
Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. There are a few things that can cause this to happen. Make sure you do not have a vaccum leak anywhere. It may be another spark plug or wire. It may be a clogged fuel filter or air filter. You may need a tune up, new plugs and wires, coil pack. If you have a distributor, change the cap.
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The fact that your car tries to start tells me that your starter, alternator and battery are all probably good.
If none of your spark plugs are getting spark you probably have faulty spark plug wires, or distributor. Check these two things first. Make sure your wires are securely connected to distributor and plugs. To test them individually, take out the spark plug and leave it in the wire. Turn your car over and check for spark from the plug one cylinder at a time. Do not hold the plug in your hand or you will get a nice shock.
This web site shown below on replacing plugs might help you if you have never done it before. You will need to purchase the correct size spark plug socket so purchase the plugs first. The guide in the site below is quite good. Take your time and only do one plug removal and replacement at a time and you won't get the wiring confused.
Remove plastic gaurds on top of engine. On the head of the engine block. There are 4 black smaller rectangular boxes. They are each held down by a screw in the corner of each. Unplug the black box. Pull upward on it. The bottom of this tube is what connects to the top of the sparkplug. You will need a socket extension to get the spark plug socket that far down. When you connect with the spark plug it will seem like your shoving the socket so far down its going into the engine. Remove plugs then re assemble everything. Do one completly before going to the next as to not confuse the wiring order. I had to use medical forceps (very long medical tweezers) to get my plugs out they are in a deep shaft deep in the engine block itself. I tried needle-nose pliers and they did not go deep enough. Hope that helps.