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Why do you need to change them?? those are not due for 105000 miles. you actually need to remove the upper intake to replace them. you will also need some new gaskets, special 14mm plug socket and some no how to perform this job. not for someone that doent work on cars or is not mechanically inclined.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

  • timobell Apr 10, 2011

    vehicle has 104,000 and the scanner shows a misfire. the socket is special, so thanks for the measurements, there's no wires so we just gotta replace the gaskets. None of the local parts stores have any plugs in stock or warehouse. any suggestions?

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    Phil Lovisek Apr 11, 2011

    HI there,
    I hate to tell you this, buut you may have an piston ring failure or internal engine issue and I am not kidding either. nissan plugs are pretty bullet proof, so they will run those 105000 + miles. however I have seen few engines fail due to lack of regural maintenance such as regural oil changes every 3750 miles or there abouts. Misfire on a Sentra?? I havent seen such an issue because of a faulty spark plug. Just a heads up. If you determine that it is the spark plugs afterall, that just go to your nearest Nissan dealer to buy those. not sure on the price.I am a Nissan tech and have been with Nissan since 1996 so I am not a parts guy, but they should run about $20 a piece. Let me know how you make out.

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if you cant access the plugs then the intake will have to come off. alot of cars are built this way.

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