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How to chage spark plugs on jetta 2.0 - 1997 Volkswagen Jetta

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Hi, remove the plastic dust cover from the Jetta engine. Locate the ignition coils that run across the top of the engine. Use the ignition coil puller to remove one of the coils. Pull the coil up and out of the engine to reveal the spark plug. Loosen and remove the old spark plug from the cylinder well and complete the replacement of each spark plug before starting the next.

Posted on Oct 26, 2010

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