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Spark Plugs Where are the spark plugs and wires on this car? What plug do you recommend? Thanks

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  • Bill Craun Jun 02, 2008

    Car is a 1995 Jaguar xj6, 4.0, no super, 111000miles



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On the engine cover that has JAGUAR on the valve cover take the four screws out and lift off you will see the coils take out the two screws and pull straight up under there is the plug I would use Champion RC9YCC

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Please don't mark my answer as inapropiate my jaguar is a 1993 and have the spark plugs on top center of valve cover and i do recomend ngk they are one of the best out there
if can't find spark plug let me know and i will find that info for you.

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