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Correct position of spark plugs on mazda rx8 2005

I took out old plugs to replace now i need to know which plug goes on top and which plug goes on bottom

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    mike parker Dec 25, 2013

    does the plug with x groove go on top or bottom

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Ngk RE8A-L or RE7A-L goes@ leading side
ngk RE9B-T goes@ trailing side

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SOURCE: spark plug diagram mazda milliean 2.5l v6 motor

You can get a diagragm of the engine layout, distributor rotation and wire routing at Auto Zone or one of the other auto parts store. Should be free.

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Need to know how to replace spark plugs and wires on a v6 mazda 2001


All you need is a deep socket that is the right size to fit your spark plugs and the new set of leads.

Spark plugs:
remove the spark plug end of the lead, use a screw driver and rag to place down the whole to mop up any oil that may be down there. remove your spark plug, place the new one in and replace the lead. simple as that really.

Leads:
These can be more difficult. As you pull the leads off the park plugs and distributor you will need to take note of which lead goes where and write it down. once all 6 are removed just simply reverse the process. A good rule of thumb is the length of the leadas to its location on the engine but dont take it for granted.

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There should only be 2 cables that attach to the switch. Basically the switch act as earth to ground when the engine is turned off. To see if it works right, make sure the switch is in the ON position, remove the spark plug and connect it to the HT lead, earth the spark plug on the top of the cylinder and pull the engine over. If the spark plug sparks then the switch is 50% working. Turn to the OFF position and retry. if there is no spark then the switch is functioning correctly.

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Replacing rear spark plugs


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Things You'll Need: Spark plug socket and wrench

Twist and pull the spark plug wire from the leftmost spark plug on the front of the engine. Grasp the spark plug wire by the "boot" or the end of the wire that cups the plug. Avoid pulling on the wire itself.

Place the spark plug socket on the spark plug. Turn the wrench counterclockwise to remove the spark plug. Unscrew the plug until it is fully removed from the engine.

Install the new spark plug by carefully placing it in the hole by hand. Turn the spark plug clockwise, but do so only gently by hand. Ensure that the spark plug screws in gently and naturally. Stop turning it at the first sign of major resistance. Check to make sure that you have not stripped the threads. Move on to the next step only when you're sure that you've positioned the plug at the correct angle and have it threaded most of the way in.

Position the spark plug socket over the spark plug and tighten it with the ratchet. Avoid tightening it too much. It will offer increased resistance for about half a turn as the metal washer on the plug is compressed. Once it is good and snug, stop there.

Replace the wire by handling the boot of the spark plug wire. Listen for a "click" that indicates correct installation.

Use this procedure for the remaining two plugs on the front and the three plugs on the back of the engine. Remove and replace one plug at a time, to ensure that you don't mix up the wires.

Best regards.

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How do I install a distributer on 1998 vortec engine. old distributer missing


Hi: To Install the Distributor Correctly, 1st thing to do is Remove your #1 Spark Plug assuming it will turn over have someone Turn the Key Off and On in Short Intervals.Either put a Compression Gauge in the #1 Spark Plug HoleOr the Old Fashion Way Works as well just put your Finger in the #1 Plug Hole.As your Helper Cranks the Engine On -Off On -Off.Not A Continuous Crank.When You Feel Air Pressure or See gauge Come up.TYhats when your Engine is a The compression Stroke.Now you Can Drop the New Distributor in its Hole.NOTE: You'll need a Spark Plug and Timing Diagram to See the Position your Distributor ROTOR Line it up to where the Diagram Shows your #1 Spark Plug Wire Will go in the Distributor Cap.If the Distributor Rotor is Not n That Position Your goning to Get Either Back Firing engine May Not Even Stsrt, To This Is Crucial. After The Know that you have The Distributor Droppped The Right position you'll need to Put Gap your Plugs at the Correct Specs, With All Plugs in Now You'll need to Put New Plug Wires on .And They MUST be in the correct order.Sitting inside your Vehicle #1 Plug is the Front Plug on the Drivers Side Next is #3 plug Next is #5 and Your Back Plug is Number 7,On the other side Passenger Front Plug is #2 next #4 Next is #6 and the Back is #8 Assuming you know have your Distributor Dropped in The Proper Position, Put the #1 Spark Plug Wire on the Front Spark Plug (Drivers Side) The Spark Plug Firing Order in Your Engine is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 Clockwise So the Next hole after you have #1 Plug and Wire on And Distributor In Correct Position on COMPRESSION STOKE, Going Clockwise you next wire will be your #8 Position in The Cap And it wil go to the Back Spark Plug on The Rear Spark Plug on Passenger Side. NOTE: Drivers Side Spark Plugs on the Drivers Side Front to Back are Your Odd Numbers 1-3-5-7 Pasenger Side is Your Even Numbers From The Front is #2-4-6-8 Is The Rear PLug .

Heres a Diagram of your Spark plug Positions

Front of Engine
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8

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With spark goes up and down on mazda rx8


your plugs are marked with a L and T this means leeding and trailing. the leeding plug goes in the bottom hole and the trailing plug goes in the top. It will run very poorly if you install them the other way around. Also when you replace the plugs look at the ends of the plugs if there is any rust or corrosion on them you will need to replace the wire because they are worn out and will cause a miss fire and posibly damage a coil

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Mazda 323 f not firng right


also try and pull the spark plug leads out the top of the rocker cover with the car running, only pull them out a little bit (be careful not to zap your self) and you should just be able to see if the spark is arking out the side of the rubber boot on the lead insted of the midal as it should.
if this is the case replace the leads, our if money is a factor by a roll of electrical tap and rap all the spark plug lead tubs in it (also a cheep way of doing the first test)
anouthere thing if when you pull the leads out they are coverd in oil that is the problem and the replace your rocker cover gasket

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