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Land Rover Discovery 2 Spark plug diagram needed.

I reciently helped a friend in replacing all of the spark plugs and wires in her landrover. However we did change them one at a time I just couldn`t be the one removing the wires from the coil due to lack of room! So i`m not sure if anything was switched or not! i am unable to find the schematics for the spark plugs so your my last choice!

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This is your best choice.Here is a diagram attached.Land Rover Discovery 2 Spark plug diagram needed. - 023c4c3.jpg

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How change spark plugs land rover discovery

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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SOURCE: i need a diagram of the firing order for spark

2002 Land Rover Discovery II 4.0 liter V-8

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Hope this helps (remember rated this).

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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If you have not removed any wiring yet,why not draw one out for your use ! You can number the wires,or tape them with masking tape then mark them,and to the cylinders, in order of firing or in front to rear on one bank left or right and to the coil towers with a white marker.or a card board template with numbered positions for the wires to hook up to the correct towers. Or just change them one at a time.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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SOURCE: spark plug location on ignition

If you have individual cylinder coil pack, remove the coil pack and the spark plug will be under it. There is a spark plug boot on the bottom of the pack that plugs directly onto the spark plug.

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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