Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Raider LS
I am going to assume this is a 6 cylinder and the plugs on the backside are the problem. You will have to remove the Air intake and intake manifold to get to the back plugs if this is the case. In the event this is a 4 cylinder and you can't see where the plug wires lead to on the head due to a cover of some type you will need to remove the cover. These plugs are probably deep set if it is a 4 cylinder. The best manual I can recommend for the proper dis-assembly of this area is either the Haynes repair manual on the vehicle or the Chilton's Manual. Both are available at major auto parts stores. Now, all of this assumes this particular model did not use independent coils on each plug like ford does. These are actually bolted on top of the plugs themselves and you may only see a wiring connector going to them. Typically they are about 3 inches in Diameter. And should be pretty obvious. I highly recommend you get one of the manuals before you attempt this procedure if you have a 6 cylinder mounted sideways since the cost of this Intake manifold, if it has to be removed is about $400 and if removed wrong will break.
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