On the 2.4L twin cam, you remove the 4 boots holding the metal cover (The cover says 2.4L Twin Cam), then you remove the wiring harness on the right side of the cover, pull up on the cover. The cover may not come off that easy at first, if it doesn't then you'll need to gently wiggle it until it lifts up. Then take off the spark plug boots that go over the spark plugs. Then just simply put the new boots back on.
If it's the 2.2L, remove the plug wires off the spark plugs, but do it one by one so you don't mess up the order. Then trace the wire backwards until you reach the other end, it will either be on the side of the valve cover or on the back on the engine between the engine and the firewall. If it's in the back of the engine then it will be easier to access the coils where the plug wires are located from underneath the car. Then remove the other side of the plug wire and put the new wire one. Do that for all 4 wires.
If you remove all 4 wires at once, make sure you mark the correct order in which the wires go back.
oh its for a Pontiac sunfire
im not sure but if you follow the spark plug wires they will take you to the coil packs
where is the location posslook sensor three wires , 2000 pontiac sunfire
I wouldn't think it should take any more than 30 minutes, give or take.
I think that in all of the Sunfire engines, the plugs are in a row across the front of the engine. Try locating and following the plug wires to help you. FriPilot
Give it a tune up. Change the spark plugs and wires..
pull one off at a time to change them dont get them mixed up
you will probly need to remove the tire to get to them
Follow the spark plug wires from the plugs back. I imagine that most of those engines are very similar and the wires go to a coil pack on the back side of the engine. If you pick up a Haynes or Chilton manual, all will be revealed. FriPilot
The spark plugs on a 2004 Pontiac Vibe are changed by removing the plug cover, disconnecting the spark plug wires, and taking out individual spark plugs using a deep wall socket. New plugs are then set to the proper gap and torqued into place.
Are you referring to spark plug wires
Change the spark plugs and wires... Change the spark plugs and wires...
at the end of the plug wires in the head
The Haynes manual says that the wires should be inspected and changed, if necessary, every 30,000 miles or 24 months, whichever comes first. Plugs (platinum tipped) should be changed every 100,000 miles or 5 years, whichever comes first.
On my '96, they're right across the front of the engine, 4 in a row. They might be a little hard to see, so just look for the plug wires and follow them to the plugs. FriPilot
The spark plug wires on your 1994 Chevrolet Caprice are quite easy to change. The spark plug wires simply lift off on each end. Put the new spark plug wires on and push until you feel a click.
No. However, newer plug wires can be extremely difficult to remove without damaging them.
change the spark plugs and wires and change the oil and change the oil filter and air cleaner filter and you should get better gas miles
i have an 03 aztek. i change plugs myself, i have skinny arms to reach from underneath the car.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plugs wires and boots and remove the spark plugs. Put in the spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
There is no spark plug wires on the 2.4L twin cam engine, the spark plugs are located right underneath the top cover on the head
Yes, if the spark plug wires can be connected to the distributor and works.
all the spark plug wires are on it
I believe that they're on the backside of the engine. Follow the plug wires back to them from the plugs. FriPilot