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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spark plugs
Have u ever changed plugs before? Do u have any tools? You will need a spark plug socket, which is especially designed for this purpose, it will help to prevent damage to the plugs when u remove and install them. Also a ratchet wrench for the socket, and depending on your vehicle, u may need an extension. Purchase manufacturer recommended plugs (check your owners manual), you have to check the 'gap' of the plugs before installation, so u need a 'feeler gauge' or spark plug gap tool available at parts stores. Plug gap is set at the factory, but sometimes during shipping and handling they get banged around, so u have to check to make sure the gap is correct. 1st remove one plug at a time (so u don't mix up the order). To remove grab the spark plug wires, grab the 'boot' (the area of the wire that fits over the spark plug), push in, twist (does'nt matter which direction)and then pull out to remove. U don't want to yank on the wire, u can damage the the wire, so make sure u r twisting/pulling as close to the plug as possible. Once the wire is disconnected, remove the spark plug. Insert a new plug, by putting it in the socket, then by hand (not attached to your ratchet wrench yet) carefully screw it in (do not force it!). Once it's hand tightened, put the ratchet on and tighten snuggly (don't use brute force!) check the tightening instructions on the spark plug box. Reattach wire, proceed to the next plug. Aren't glad u don't have a 12 cylinder engine? How many miles on your Passat? If it's approaching 100k, u should also change your spark plug wires. Good Luck! Let me know how it goes. countrycurt0
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
You change One spark plug, and One wire at a time. Do you know where your timing belt is? If not, its on either the right or left side of the engine. There is a covor to the timing belt. You take the First plug that is closest to that belt. Then you work your way to the next closest all the way to the last one. Remember, you have to do ONE at a time.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
that car might not have a fuel fitler. it is built into the fuel pump. check with the local pep boys they can locate it for you
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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