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2007-08-03 05:59:21
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FTO GR Model not MIVEC To change the 3 rear spark plugs on the V 6 engine you need the following tools and parts, 10mm ring spanner, 12mm ring spanner, 10mm socket, 12mm socket, 150mm extension, Ratchet drive for the sockets and extension, 5/8 spark plug socket, Small flat blade screwdriver, 3x Platinum Sparkplugs ( PFR6G 11), Intake gasket. (MD175776) 1 Disconnect and remove the battery from the car. 2 Remove the air duct between the air flow meter and the throttle body. 3 Undo the 2 bolts on either side of the manifold releasing the electrical connectors. 4 Undo the 2 bolts holding the throttle cable support bracket and earth straps. 5 Slide off the 3 vacuum pipes at the throttle body end of the manifold. 6 Unclip the electrical connectors on the step motors 7 Undo the 4 x 12mm head bolts at the back of the manifold. 8 Undo and remove the 5 bolts and 2 nuts and washers from the front of the manifold. 9 Carefully lift the manifold up over the studs and while turning the manifold counter clockwise place it where the battery usually sits. 10 Place a cover over the inlet to stop anything from falling into it. Note There is no requirement to disconnect the water hoses. 11 Remove the spark plug lead/covers and remove the spark plug. Replace with new Platinum plugs


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