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Posted by Anonymous on
At first, read if your owners manual says something about a special interval (i.e. 30,000 miles or so). If you think its time to change, pull them out, but be careful not to destroy the contacts. There are some stickers under the hood. One of them tell you what spark plugs to use and the gap between the contacts. Use a small special tool for testing the gap and adjusting it. You can buy it in any part store or a gas station for a couple $$. Follow the safety instruction while working on your engine!
Posted on May 15, 2014
The spark plugs are usable goods just like air filter so you have to consider buying new ones since you will have more power and more miles for the same burnt fuel. You know when is the time to change when you lack power and less mpg, engine start after few rotations on battery instead of a fast start and when you remove the spark plugs you notice dirt on the head of the plugs.
Posted on May 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bright light fitting is the same as the dim so take it apart fist to see how the cover screws off/on and the light comes out. Both the cover and the bulb are removed by a standard twist to the counterclockwise and replaced by a twist to the clockwise. Now to the dim light. You have to release the entire light assembly before you can remove the screw-on cover to reach the light. On the rear edge of the light unit closest to the engine is a white locking tab. Pull that tab up just to the point where it releases…pull too far and it locks again. Next, locate the other locking bracket which is a metal bracket in the center-rear of the light assembly. This bracket is held down by a screw. Remove the screw with a 10mm wrench. Lift the bracket just like you did the white bracket. You should now be able to pull (or pry) the entire light unit forward a little. Depending on the size of your hands this might be enough. If not, then you need to release the plastic bumper assembly to give you a little more space. This is done by removing two expansion locking pins, one that holds the little plastic strip down between the bright and dim lights and one that is located inside a rubber bumper on the engine side of the light unit. To remove these locking pins, pull or pry up the little tab in the center of the pin just like you were pulling a nail by the head. That should give you a little more space.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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