you must take the top module off the engine and then remove the rubber plugs that are on top of the spark plug, then use the spark plug sockets to get them out you must take the top module off the engine and then remove the rubber plugs that are on top of the spark plug, then use the spark plug sockets to get them out you must take the top module off the engine and then remove the rubber plugs that are on top of the spark plug, then use the spark plug sockets to get them out
change distributor cap and rotor
I have a 1998 Z24 and the plugs are under the big aluminum cover on the top of the engine (4 bolts). There are no spark plug wires...just a boot system mounted to the under side of the cover and the ignition stuff is there too. Plugs will strip quite easily if you are not careful (13 ft/lbs). Bosch 4 prong plugs are well worth the money.
quad 4? on top of the engine remove 4, 13mm bolts of the coil pack and pull up.the spark plug should be visible
4...under the coil cover
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there is the spark plug boots
1998-2000 2.4L is 0.050
Take the valve cover off and the plugs will be right under it
When you buy your AC-Delco recommended spark plugs, the person who identified the spark plugs for you at the parts shop can find the gap on the computer he used to identify, and gap them for you. Most cases, the spark plug is already gaped because it is matched with the car, especially if you buy AC-Delco Plugs as the manufacturer suggests.
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Assuming the plugs are correct ones and the gap is correct, check that the springs inside the spark plug boot are touching at the top(coil) and bottom(plugs) just stretch them a little bit, and the plugin to the ICM was not damaged when the coil assembly was removed/installed.
It could be bad spark plugs. try changing your plugs.
Under niether what looks like the Valve cover/Remove the two bolts lift cove up
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Step #1) When looking from the front of the car, there is an electrical plug on the right side of the engine cover disconnect it. Step #2) On top of the engine cover there are 4 bolts that hold it in place, take them out. Step #3) Remove the engine cover, attached to it is the ignition module. You may need to remove the plug boots from the pugs if they didn't come out with the cover. Step #4) The spark plugs are down in between the cam shaft covers, you will need a long extension on your spark plug wrench. Step #5) Proceed to change the plugs as you would on any other engine.
My guess is that it is a 3.1L motor correct?? If so, you remove the spark plug wires from the engine bank closest to the front ( left bank ) then remove the plugs...the rear ( right bank ) is not acessable unless you remove the "dog bones" from the left bank. there should be a small bolt hole under the dog bones to put the bolt that you had removed into it to pull the engine closer to the front. then remove the wires from the right bank and remove the plugs. make sure all the spark plugs are properly gapped using a spark plug gapper.. highly recommend that you use dielectric grease on the insides of the spark plug wire boots to prevent seizing and corrosion, then on the spark plugs use a small amount of anti-seize grease on the threads of the plugs also to prevent seizing and corrosion
remove the 2.4 liter engine cover (4 large bolts) disconnect any electrical conectors (these hook up to the coil packs) and lift it straight off the top of the engine remove the boots from the spark plugs (these should be replace) and the plugs should be fully visible
if you really have to ask that question, put the tools down, step away from the vehicle. and take it to a professional. seriously.
one or more cylinders not firing Check plugs ..Check for spark ..Check compression JW
it points to the first spark plug on the rights side of the block
Been there before. The problem will be in one of the fuel injectors.
change the socket the bulb fits in.. can be purchased at pepboys autozone etc
The 1988 Chevy Cavalier spark plug wires are quite easy to remove. The spark plug wires simply pull off on each end. Put the new spark light wires on by pushing downward on each end.