Question about 2007 Nissan Frontier SE Crew Cab
You will need a 12 mm wrench and socket, a 10 mm socket , an extension and the socket for your spark plugs, and an intake plenum gasket. Start by pulling the positive cable from your battery. Next pull the intake cover off the top of the motor. On the drivers side you will see 3 coil packs or "cops" ( coil on plugs) those have two 10mm bolts, one on each side. Remove those , pull the coil, unscrew your spark plug with your socket, and replace.
On huge passenger side you will have to remove the upper intake arch (plenum) to get to the remaining three plugs. Repeat process from the drivers side. !!!!replace your intake gasket when you remove the upper plenum or you will have a vacuum leak.
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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