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Old 250cc motor won't start difficulty pulling the pull start removed the spark plug became easier to pull took of the top cover that holds the injectors Evan easer to pull

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SOURCE: I can't get the spark plug wires off. What's the shroud covering

they are a heat sheild they should bolt on with the exaust

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SOURCE: 97 jimmy wont start

Check for a bad distributor cap and or rotor..........a bad cap and or rotor can caues firing (cross fire)across the terminals and introduce spark to the wrong cylinders at the wrong time.......
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SOURCE: repair rear valve cover gasket on 2001Dodge Caravan 3.3

the only way to replace the rear valve cover is to remove the upper intake....there is no easy way

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SOURCE: Changing spark plugs on 2007 Hyundai Sonata 4 cylinder

You are correct. The plugs are accessed below these coils. Disconnect the coil connectors and remove the 4 10mm bolts which hold the coils in place -- then you'll have access to the plugs. Here's a pic

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SOURCE: Remove spark plug wires from a 2005 silverado 5.3 engine

just check it first and see how its fitted ,its only a shroud

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Guy washed my 1987 olds calais since then it backfires out throttle body.wont even start now

Everyone is missing the main thing here, you just WASHED the motor. You got water in the ignition system. It would be helpful if I knew which motor you had, 2.3, 2.5, or 3.0. If you have the 2.5 or 3.0, you should remove the distributor cap and spray some WD-40 in it, let it dry, and reinstall. WD-40 was a military invention, and the name stands for Water Drier-40th formulation. It was designed to displace water and lubricate to prevent rust where the water was. If you have the 2.3, you will have to remove the 4 bolts that hold the cover on the top of the motor, unplug the electrical connector at the end of that cover, and lift it straight up off of the motor. Underneath the cover you will find what they call the coil cover. This actually acts as your spark plug wires, distributing the energy from your ignition coils (there are 2 under the coil cover) to the spark plugs. There are 4 "boots" that probably stayed on your spark plugs when you pulled the cover off, you will need to remove them from your spark plugs and put them back on the coil cover when you are ready to reinstall it. You will find 6 VERY SMALL BOLTS holding the coil cover on the main cover, remove them and the coil cover will easily come off. Dry the inside of this as stated above with the other 2 engines, allow to dry, wipe it out and return it as you removed it.

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have you got the timing set correct ,and did you fit the timing belt with all the timing marks lined up ,etc , if there correct ,check for spark ,by pulling off a spark plug lead and fitting an old plug into the lead ,then crank the motor ,dont hold the plug with your hand ,use insulted pliers ,if you have spark, ,if no spark check coil wiring ,coil, crank angle sensor,

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How do I remove the right hand (rear) valve cover on my 1998 Lincolne Continental?

  • Open the hood. Pull up on the push pins that hold the engine cover in place. Remove the engine cover.
  • 2 Unbolt the 8 mm bolts on the thin plastic cover that sits on top of the valve cover, using the socket wrench.
  • 3 Pull off the cover to expose the coil packs.
  • 4 Unplug the coil pack by removing the bolt that holds it in place and pull up on the pack to remove it from the engine.
  • 5 Unbolt the spark plug using a spark plug socket and socket wrench. You'll need to use the socket extension to reach the plug down in the plug well.
  • 6 Carefully thread the new spark plug and tighten it. Hold onto the end of the socket extension with your fingers and start the threading process "by hand." It's easy to cross-thread the spark plug, so be careful. Once you have it started, you can tighten it down with a socket wrench. The rest of the installation is the reverse of removal.

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    Starting on the pasenger side. Remove the intake tube running from the air filter box to the throttle body and disconnect enough tubes to swing it out of the way. The sparkplugs are down below the small coils you see at the end of the sparkplug wires. With a 10mm socket remove bolt holding the coil, disconnect the plug at the top of the coil by squeezing it at the top and pulling straight off the coils.

    Pull the coil straight up. there will be about a 6 inch tube that connects to the top of the spark plug when inserted. You will need a 5/8 sparkplug socket and about 2 feet of extensions to make it easy on yourself. Insert the spark plug socket and extensions down the hole you removed the coils with the tube from and remove and replace the sparkplug. Reinstall your coil onto the engine and move to the next one until you have replaced all the plugs on the passenger side.

    Make sure you reconnect all the plugs to the coils, hoses to the intake tube and reinstall your intake tube. The drivers side is a little easier. Pop the spark plug wires from their plastic holders to free enough slack to be able to pull your sparkplug wires out of the block. For the plug closest to the front of the engine you will need to remove the 10mm bolt holding the ground wires to the intake manifold to be able to free enough space for removing the plug.

    For the middle plug you will need to remove the 10mm bolt holding the bracket that is holding one of the throttle cables at the top of the intake manifold. For the rear plug just pop the flexible hose that runs behind the black metal bracket straight up out of its clip and push it out of the way along with any other hoses that run through this area. Pull the spark plug wire from its place by pulling straight up just like with the coils. there will also be about a 6 inch tube running down to the spark plug at the bottom of these plugs.

    Remove and replace the plugs same as before. make sure you reconnect all your hoses and wires to their previous locations. Doublecheck to make sure you reconnect all the ground wires/ brackets. Also you will need to use " twin ground electrode plugs" (see sticker on front of your plastic timing belt cover? to the right of the radiator hose).

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    How do I change my H2 06 Ignition coils and spark plugs

    when you open the hood on your H2 the is a cover over the top of the motor. to remove it you have to remove the oil filler cap and pull out the dip stick. when those are removed you should be able to remove the cover by pulling up on the front edge. after that is out of the way the ignition coils are right on top of the spark plugs and are usually held in with 2 bolts per each coil pack. unbolt the coil pack and pull on the coil and it should pull out of the hole( may be stubborn) them find out what size the plugs are and the plugs are in the bottom of the hole

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    Where are the spark plugs located? and how do I get to them?

    There are no spark plug wires on the 2000-up Northstar engines. They use coil on plug design. First remove the engine service cover.(The Pretty plastic peice that has the Cadillac symbol on it) Then disconnect the coil connector which sits to the right of the coil and should just snap off by hand. Next If you remove the screws that holds the coil pack (8 screws) to the top of the cam covers, you will see 4 black round rubber boots that sit on top of the plugs. Pull the boots free to expose the plugs. The tops of the spark plugs sit directly underneath

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    When you look at the engine you should see a black plastic cover over the top, you have to remove the (4) bolts that should allow you access to the top of your motor. You will then have to remove The bolts that are holding your plugwires to the top of your engine. Once removed you will then have to pull up on the wires, you will then see that your spark plugs. Note you will need at least a 6 inch extension to be able to reach the plugs. Good Luck

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