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Spark plug replacement

Is spark plug replacement on a 2004 Honda Element a project better left to a qualified mechanic?

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Spark plugs usually are very simple to do, however some vehicles are hard to reach the spark plugs. It depends on your comfort level. If you prefer to not go to a mechanic, then maybe a neighbor would be willing to help?

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How do I find 2004 honda element spark plugs


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My malfunction indicator light has been on for the past couple of weeks. I just replaced all the spark plugs and coils about 6 months ago because my light was coming on then. I took it to my local autozone...


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When should i change the spark plugs on my honda element 2005


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You should replace spark plugs every 75,000 miles or 120,000 kilometers.

Slightly earlier is always better though.

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the spark plugs are located under the coil packs they have one or two bolts holding each one in. you have six cylinder so there should be six coil packs three facing you when you pop hood and three more located towards the back. let me know if you have any other questions.

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Where is the best place to get step by step


(This is a 2 part answer)

If your looking to just change the spark plugs its very very simple.
- Remove The Cover under the Honda Emblem
(Should be just 4 basic nuts)
Pic: http://image.hondatuningmagazine.com/f/17468344/htup_0904_09_z+2004_honda_accord_euro_r+engine_side_view.jpg

After this you should see 4 wires.
- label them 1-4 and remember where they go.
remove them from the block, and down in each cylinder is the spark plugs. use a spark plug socket tool and a long extension and a 3/8" drive ratchet to remove and replace the plugs.

After replacing the plugs put the wires back in the designated cylinder holes and put the cover on over the wires and replace the 4 nuts you took off.

1.) start vehicle
2.) Left vehicle idle ( listen and watch motor, look for anything out of the ordinary)
3.) Turn the vehicle off and that should solve your problem.

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