Question about 2008 Mazda Cx 9
Posted by Anonymous on
If it's one on the aft bank of cylinders, you have to remove the upper intake manifold (don't be scared) to access the 3 rear coil packs. The manifold should have 3 blue figure 8 looking rubber gaskets which CAN be re-used if necessary (I always order and replace mine just because they're cheap). Anyways, once the upper manifold is off, you can access the rear bank coil packs. Now is a GREAT time to replace the aft bank plugs with new and replace all 3 coil packs with new. Reassembly is reverse of disassembly. If you're mechanically inclined you can have the rear plugs and coil packs done in an hour. Then you're left with the 3 easy ones on the front side of engine! Half hour max for those 3. Make sure you use some quality iridium plugs! Any questions, email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
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