Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Galant
I'd like to change my own spark plugs, but I have no idea how to get to the rear 3 plugs on my transaxle Endeavor. How would I remove the Air Intake for better access?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: trying to change spark plugs
THEIR ARE ABOUT 9 BOLT TO REMOVE THAT SUPPORT THE INTAKE. 2 ARE IN THE REAR IN THE CENTER OF THE SUPPORT BRACKET THE 5 THAT ANCHOR THE INTAKE ITSELF AND 2 UNDER THE INTAKE THROTTLE BODY. ( 12MM) 3 HOSES ON TOP OF THE INTAKE TO REMOVE AND 1 SENSOR TO UNPLUG OR UNBOLT (8MM)THE ONE ON TOP OF THE INTAKE (TOP LEFT REAR). THIS WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS TO THE REAR PLUGS.
REMOVE THE SENSORS BRACKET OR HOLDER ( ON THE LEFT JUST LIFT UP TO REMOVE) AND SWING THE INTAKE TO THE RIGHT. UNPLUG THE PLUG MODULE THEN UNBOLT THEM (10MM).
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 Mitsumishi Endeavor
The front three should be easy enough. They are right in front of the intake plenum. (big black plastic looking thing on top of the engine. The back three are underneath the intake plenum. It seems like a lot to tackle but it is really not that bad.
As always, if you are not sure you have the skills to attempt this go to a qualified mechanic. I did mine in an afternoon.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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