To change the back spark plugs in a Lumina with a 3.1 you have to take the two motor mounts loose,(you will see these when you raise the hood, they are black and are in the shape of"dogbones")next you will have to insert at tool that looks like an "A" (it is basically two pieces of metal hinged together with a threaded rod going through the center) you can find this tool at your local auto parts store for around 20 bucks.Once you have installed the "A" tool where one of the "dogbone" motor mounts were, place the transmission in netrual and use a ratchet(preferablly air) to bring the two pieces of the "A" tool together, this will roll the engine over so you can reach the back spark plugs. then just reverse the process and reinstall your motor mounts.
you have to take the motor brackets that hook the motor to the front of the car and then roll the engine forward carefully to get to the back three plugs.
You will three plugs different from the forth plug
You rock the engine forward to gain access to the rear plugs.
you need to take the intake off to get to the back three plugs...
There is a black strip to the left of the throttle body that has three bolts,remove these bolts and pull the strip away and you will see the spark plugs, change them out and line the boots up with the top of the plugs and replace the strip
The 2000 Toyota Avalon spark plugs can be located on each side of the engine. The spark plugs will be near the bottom of the engine. There are three spark plugs on each side.
You must remove the entire intake manifold for you to have access on the three spark plugs located underneath it. it is advisable that a qualified Mitsubishi technician should do this.
You can find the spark plugs for your 2002 Nissan Pathfinder on each side of the engine. The spark plugs will be near the top of the engine. A six-cylinder engine will have three spark plugs on each side.
The spark plugs are located on the side of the engine, near the bottom. A four-cylinder engine will have two spark plugs on each side. A six-cylinder engine will have three spark plugs on each side.
remove three bolts on the top of the rocker cover dust cover then remove plugs in the usual manner
There are three engines available. If it's a 6 cylinder engine, 6 spark plugs. If it's the 4 cylinder engine, 8 spark plugs.
well the dealer wants 350 dollars. i just had my replace for 150dollars. don't buy their(dealer) spark plugs because they want 15.00 each. go to auto zone and you can get the spark plugs there for about 4.00-6.00dollars. spark plug wires are 33.00 each and there are three, but you can get them at auto zone for 34.00 dollars for all three. i hope this helps you.
Depends on year and model mine is the estima aeras 2000 v6 1fe az front three plugs are easy but you have remove the plenum to access the three rear plugs as they are impossible to get at
you have to take the intake manifold off and the other three are under it
The spark plugs are located on your head for the first three, when you open your hood and you find the metaling (head) that says 24 valve V6, there are 3 plug type things on there, those are the spark plugs, the last three, are under the plenum.
The two front torque strut, or "dog bone," engine mounts must be removed. Once this is completed, a pry bar can be used to rotate the engine forward, allowing access to the back three spark plugs. A second person would be most handy in this situation.
For the driver's side three, it will take some reaching to get to them but for the passenger side plugs, you need to remove the tire to access the plugs through the wheel well.
ummm follow the spark plug wires from the three little black boxes on the back/top of the intake to the block u will find three plugs in the front and three in the back
the first three spark plugs are easy to remove. first you have to Remove the b*llshit coil on wire setup, and than the spark plugs are right below them. for the second set of three you have to take off the whole air intake assembly. have fun, as i am doing it in my mothers car right now. Let me know if you have any wonderful ideas :) LOL -Patrick
they are three in front and three in back just below the valve covers 5/8 wrench should fit them. unscrew them out and replace with new ones and your done. would be a good time to change plug wires also
You can count the number of spark plugs. A four-cylinder engine will have two spark plugs on each side of the engine. A six-cylinder engine will have three spark plugs on each side of the engine.
YOU CAN REMOVE THE SPARK PLUGS WITHOUT REMOVING ANYTHING EXCEPT THE SPARK PLUG WIRES IN THE REAR USE A SWIVAL AND EXTENSION AND WORK ON BOTH SIDE AND THE MIDDLE OF THE PLETNIUM THE FRONT SPARK PLUGS NEED JUST TO REMOVE THE THREE COILS
Three on the front of the engine and three at the rear.
Three on each side of the motor. Follow the spark wires.
I suspect you have V6. If it is the case, you will have to remove intake manifold. There is no other way to replace it.