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Car has no spark.t5o sparkplugs - 1999 Ford Mustang Cobra

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How do you change spark plugs


Hi Gary!

If you got a CAR and not a truck, there are a few things you need to pay attention to when replacing spark plugs.

You need to make sure your spark plugs are the issue for whatever the problem is.
Take a 16mm SPARKPLUGS spanner (it's a special sort of tool that you buy in the shop, unless you have it, don't bother to try with anything else, or your could do some damage), unplug one of the cables attached to one of the sparkplugs (make sure you don't unplug more that one, so you won't mess the order), take your magic tool (sparkplug socket spanner or whatever it is called) fit it on top of the sparkplug, (listen for the clicking) and then twist it left until the sparkplug is out.

Have a look to your sparkplug, and see if there is any carbon on it (if it's black, it has to be replaced/sandpapered)

repeat the operation to the other (alledgedly 3) sparkplugs, naking sure you DO NOT MESS UP the order of the cables that connect to the sparkplugs.

If finally you've decided it is time to replace the sparkplugs, under NO circumstances, replace less than ALL of them. (unless you replace them on the car of someone you don't like)

Mar 26, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I think i lost the spark engine just cranks over but does not start


then just check if you have spark at any of the sparkplugs...

1. remove one of the spark plugs,
2. re-connect the cable
3. make contact between sparkplug anode and engine (have rubber gloves - it helps... there is 15kv on the sparkplug...)
4. turn engine and check if there is spark in

you can check that on all/any cylinder

if there is no spark - check:
1. starter fuse
2. ignition fuse
3. coil
4. distributor cap if mechanical...

hope this will help you - do not forget to vote...

Feb 22, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Not firing on 1 cynlinder


change faulty sparkplug or ht lead,check lead by holding sparkplug end near to engine nearly touching,have someone turn engine over whils checking for spark jumping,if spark present then not lead,change spark plug,if sparkplug ok then check pressure in cylinder, poss piston damage

Jan 02, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Its misfiring on the #4 clyder what could cause this


Plug leads are quite prone to damage on these cars particularly where the lead enters the spark plug connector, moisture gets into the connector and corrodes the wire. New leads will solve this problem. There is an alternative to check if a spark is being produced but this is very dangerous if you do not know what you are doing. Remove the sparkplug with lead still attached earth it on the engine and crank the starter. DO NOT TOUCH THE SPARKPLUG WHILST THIS TEST IS DONE. You shoud be able to see the spark jumping the gap in the sparkplug..

Dec 28, 2010 | 2003 Hyundai Tiburon

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How do I remove the rear three spark plugs on a toyota avalon 1998


Hi, to change spark plug first remove coil over connecting clip ensuring to depress connector release. Next remove coil over retaining bolts. Remove coil over carefully directing coil toward driver side until rubber end able to flex out of sparkplug access tube. Remove sparkplug using sparkplug socket with rubber insert. Had to remove ratchet to gain enough clearance. At this point you should be able to remove sparkplug by tilting extension & socket toward drivers side of car. Then lay horizontal & remove toward passenger side of car. If unable to gain access in this manner you probably have too long an extension. Take care as not to damage spark plug coil over as they are considerably expensive.

Sep 18, 2010 | 1998 Toyota Avalon

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How to replace spark plugs for 1999 ford contour


to replace spark plugs remove spark plug wire boots. use special sparkplug socket or else you can break the sparkplug. to remove turn ratchet counterclockwise remove all four one at a time, make sure that the sparkplug gap is correct. most plugs come pregapped...read the box it will tell.you. do not overtigheten plug once it has fully seated give it a good snug....if you do one at a time you dont need to mark the spark plug wires. if you mix up the wires your car will back fire which could cause severe internal damage.

Feb 13, 2010 | 1999 Ford Contour

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How do I check an ignition coil on a 1993 Corolla 1.8L


Take the wire off the spark plug then remove the spark plug, put the wire back on the plug and lay it down on something metal .Have someone start the car and look at the sparkplug gap to see if it is sparking. Use a new sparkplug to be sure its a good plug and do this when its kind of dark out side so its easy to see the spark.If it does not have a spark,the coil is worn.
I hope this helps you.

Oct 27, 2009 | 1993 Toyota Corolla

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There is only spark on cylinder 1 & 4


Swap your sparkplug cables #1 with #2 and #3 with #4.
If #2 & 3 still don't spark, then replace the electronic ignition module.

If 2 & 3 spark, then replace sparkplugs and/or wires.

Oct 05, 2009 | 1988 Ford Tempo

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I HAD #3 SPARK PLUG BLOW OUT OF CYLINDER. HAD IT REPAIRED AND ALL NEW PLUGS, FUEL FILTERAND PCV PUT IN NOW TRUCK HAS A VERY FAINT ROUGH IDLE. ANY IDEAS


#3 sparkplug is not firing at peak performance.
The engine block sparkplug hole had to be re-threaded in order to accept an adapter for the replacement spark plug. The sparkplug is sitting "higher" in the cylinder than the others (not as efficient).
It may even be a different sparkplug altogether in order to accommodate the adapter.

Add a silicone insulator gel (AutoZone $2) inside both boot ends of the sparkplug wires and re-seat them all.

Oct 01, 2009 | 2004 Ford Expedition

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