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How do you Change spark plugs for 2002 Mitsubishi Galant?

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2006-07-06 13:41:40
2006-07-06 13:41:40

I just did this over the weekend with my fathers help. The spark plugs are located right on top of the valve cover(whatever you call it) There are 2 coils for the 4 plugs, this is if it is a 4cyl. You simply pull the plugs out one at a time and using an extension on your 5/8 in. ratchet/socket set you can change them very easily, yo will need a 10mm socket to remove the coils to take out the 2nd and 4th spark plug, the recommended gap is .39-.43...took us about 20 mins once we got the right tools for the job...hope this helps...if you have a 6cyl, I can't help you out...

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