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I have a 2000 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0 5 speed the number 2 cylinder keeps blowing the spark plug out of the hole what would cause that and how to fix it?


The spark plug should not come out if it is the proper application spark plug with the correct torque. Sounds as if the plug hole may have damaged/stripped threads which can lead to a costly repair. There is an alternative repair for this without removing the cylinder head. A Heli-coil can be installed into the damaged plug hole. If installed correctly, this repair can last the life of the vehicle at a fraction of the cost

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Step by step instructions on how to change the spark plugs on my 2006 Toyota Corolla


Obtain manufacturer recommended spark plugs for your vehicle with proper gap (.044 from toyota forum)
3/8 drive ratchet with extension and spark plug socket.
Only perform spark plug change on a COLD engine.
Remove one spark plug boot at a time, so as not to confuse wire location.
Remove spark plug number 1 and replace with new one, recommended torque is 150 inch/lbs from toyota forum, but if you don't have a torque wrench, just snug them up good, don't overtighten.
Same procedure 2,3 and 4 cylinders

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Where do you drain oil on 2006 beetle tdi


Its not that hard.There is a drain plug in the oil pan. Drain the oil into a pan by removing the drain plug in the oil pan
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Click this link below for more details. http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/10/how-to-drain-oil-on-2006-beetle-tdi.html ---------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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Torque for spark plug


Torque them to 14-22 Ft/Lbs.

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I have a 2000 beetle turbo and just notices it is leaking oil from around the plug which is tight and seeping transmission fluid. Is this going to be a costly fix?


OIL LEAK AROUND THE SPARKS PLUGS COULD BE LEAKING VALVE COVER GASKETS ALLOWING OIL TO SEEP BY GASKET FLOW DOWN AROUND SPARK PLUGS.TRANSMISSION LEAK IS NOT VERY EXPENSIVE LONG AS TORQUE CONVERTER SHAFT SEAL NOT LEAKING WHICH TRANSMISSION HAS TO DROPPED OUT TO REPLACE SHAFT SEAL.IF TRANSMISSION LEAK AROUND FRONT AXLE SEAL IT MAY COST A LITTLE.BUT PAN GASKET LEAK OR OIL COOLER LINES WONT COST TOO MUCH NOT HARD TO GET TO REPAIR.PHONE AROUND GET PRICE CHECKS.

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What is the firing order for spark plugs on a 2006 Pontiac Vibe?


1.8L (LNK)Firing Order
1-3-4-2

Spark Plug Torque
18 N·m
13 lb ft

Spark Plug Gap
1.0-1.3 mm
0.040-0.051 in

Spark Plug Type
SK20R11 DENSO

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1-3-4-2

Spark Plug Torque
25 N·m
18 lb ft

Spark Plug Gap
1.0-1.2 mm
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Spark Plug Type
SR16R11 DENSO
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Oil all in spark plugs in my 2006 mazda tribute


if the plugs are in a well in the valve cover, you must replace the gasket/s. torque the cover bolts to secification

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