I am a Ford Mechanic and I happen to own a 94 Lexus ES300, and your not going to like this....to get to the three plugs in the back you have to put a jack up the car, put jack stands under the front of the car, then you take the jack put a piece of wood on it so you dont damage the oil pan, raise the jack under the engine just enough to take the pressure off the engine mounts. Then you have to unbolt and remove the engine mounts, then lower the jack. now the engine will be low enough so you can access the rear plugs. RECOMENDATION...If I were you sence changing the plugs on this car is such a pain I would spend a few extra dollars and get the pre-gapped Bosch Platinum 4 prong spark plugs, they last the life of the vehicle and never have to be re-gapped. This way as painfull as changing them is, you will NEVER have to do it again.-Sean All you need it a Flexable adapter that can connects to your extention and you can add extentions and reach them from the top.. Still not easy but reachable. Regards.
To change spark plugs on a 1994 Toyota Camry, remove the black shafts. The spark plugs are down the four holes. Use a socket set with extension to reach the spark plugs. Replace old spark plugs with new ones.
easy.........take the old spark plugs out and put the new spark plugs back
"Where are the spark plugs on a 1994 Camero?"
i change the spark plugs on my car but they keep popping out
Call Lexus dealer,ask for service manager and ask this qustion!!Problem will be solved.
How can I change the wiring and spark plugs on my 1996 Cadillac Sedan Deville Concours?
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cables and covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Next, put in the new spark plugs, attach the spark plug cables and covers, and connect the car battery.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug wires and covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Next, put in the new spark plugs, attach the covers and spark plug wires and reconnect the battery.
you have to change the plugs from underneither the van. it takes a lot of fishing around but gets easieer over time.
You will need to remove the engine shroud from inside the cabin to access the engine and plugs.
Need to know what size engine.
spark plug gap for 1994 gmc jimmy
AWSF-32C is the stock plugs
Most came with a V-8 engine, which took 8 spark plugs.
A proper to not, on your 1994 F1 54 pickup truck, will include changing the spark plugs and spark plug wires. It is also recommended to change the air filter.
pull the plug wires. turn the spark plug counter-clockwise, replace with new plug. replace wire
You will see wires right on top of the motor. You can easily follow these wires to the spark plugs.
The spark plug gap, on your 1994 Honda, is .013. Most spark plugs will come pre-gapped from the spark plug manufacturer.
Plugs are in the top of engine I think that's obvious well anyway pull and twist a little on the boots carefully by the boot not the wire, you will need I believe a 7/8 spark plug wrench. if you don't have a spark plug wrench(with rubber boot built inside the socket) you will have a problem getting the spark plugs out,that is once they are unthreaded.
3.0 L + 4.0 L V6 engines have 6 spark plugs 2.3 L four cylinder ( which has Fords twin plug ignition system ) has 8 spark plugs
The Order is: Rear Spark Plugs 1-3-5 Front Spark Plugs 2-4-6
keep it well maintenance like fluid change, timing belt, spark plugs, fuel filter, rotor cap etc. and you can see it go over 500k easily or forever lol keep it well maintenance like fluid change, timing belt, spark plugs, fuel filter, rotor cap etc. and you can see it go over 500k easily or forever lol keep it well maintenance like fluid change, timing belt, spark plugs, fuel filter, rotor cap etc. and you can see it go over 500k easily or forever lol
Switch off the car and then pull out the spark plug wires by holding them from the plug boot. Remove the spark plugs using a socket wrench and clean off any dirt or debris that is left in the spark plug hole. Replace the plug and tighten them first by hand and then by wrench. Reattach the wires.