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How to change spark plug mazda mpv 2006. At least the three spark plugs in the rear part of the engine

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You have to take the intake off to get to the back plugs

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Back, from LEFT to RIGHT: 1-2-3
Front, from LEFT to RIGHT: 4-5-6

I really hope your bad coil is in the front (4-5-6).
Rear ones are not funt o get to. Not impossible, but a pain. My No.3 went out this Summer, so I know. I changed all three coils in the back, and refreshed ALL plugs.

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My 2004 mpv skips during acceleration and sometimes when i stop at a red light, but the check engine light never comes on. i changed the spark plugs but it didn't help.


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