Question about 2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport
You have to remove the upper intake manifold to get at the wires and plugs. Mitsubishi recommends 60,000 miles for spark plug replacement, if you look in your owners manual they also want you to replacet the spark plug wires also. Timing belt also at 60K
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Give this website a try. it is a montero sport DIY site and the pics/directions are pretty handy. it will, of course, all be determined by which motor you have. good luck!
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
There are 2 coils for the 4 plugs, this is if it is a 4cyl. You simply pull the plugs out one at a time and using an extension on your 5/8 in. ratchet/socket set you can change them very easily, yo will need a 10mm socket to remove the coils to take out the 2nd and 4th spark plug, the recommended gap is .39-.43...took us about 20 mins once we got the right tools for the job...hope this helps...
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 60K Service
I have just changed the plugs on my 2002 Shogun (UK) didn't have to remove the manifold only the throttle body and top half of the air filter housing. Disconnect wiring from throttle assembly, disconnect wiring from air filter, remove throttle body by removing 4 bolts, slacken the support bracket below and remove plastic cover to get access to the 3 coils, remove coils and the change plugs, other side a lot easier. Total time 2hrs approx.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: how much is the cost
depending on what engine you have, the labor is 1.6 for the 3.0 v6 and 2.2 for the 3.5 v6. assume most shops charge $90 a hour for labor plus tax you're lookig at between 170 and 200 just for labor then plugs from mitsubishi are $13.73 retail, but aftermarket platinum plugs are a lot less, like $8 each. so depending on what plugs between 35 and 85. so unless you are wanting to do it yourself you are looking at between 200-250 for the 3.0 v6 or 230-290 for the 3.5 v6. if you are local i woudl do the job for way less : )
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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They are screwed into the engine head, and each has a wire (approx. 7-8mm or .25in) attached to the top of it. A dedicated spark plug wrench or socket is needed for removal of the plug after the wire has been disconnected from it.
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