1)With hood raised properly you should always disconnect the battery, but it isn't absolutely nec.
2)Remove the 2 bolts that hold the ignition coil down above the spark plugs on top of the cylinder head. Note (there are 2 coils and 2 plug wires) ((Tools you will need: 10mm socket, 3" extension (1/4" drive), 1/4" ratchet)
3)Once the bolts are removed, disconnect the wiring connectors (not the spark plug wires) from the coils.
4) Twist the 2 spark plug wires and 2 coils slightly about 1/4" turn to keep them from sticking while you try to remove them.
5) Pull gently, at first, upwards to remove (ONE AT A TIME) the 2 spark plug wires and 2 coils from the cylinder head. Note:(they may stick so you may have to pull slightly harder to remove them than your original effort) (Repeat this step for each of the 4 cylinders)
6) Once the spark plug wire or coil with boot is removed you need to remove the plugs. Insert the ratchet, extension, and socket assembly down into the cylinder head until the socket fits snugly unto the spark plug. Turn counter-clockwise unti lthe plug loosens. Once the plug is entirely loose remove it from the cylinder head. ((Tools you will need: 5/8" spark plug socket w/boot, 10" extension (3/8" drive), 3/8" ratchet)
7) Remove old plug from the spark plug socket and replace with the new plug.
8) Reverse and repeat the steps to reinstall each plug. Of course make sure you torque the plugs to spec and gap your plugs!!!
The proper gap specification for the spark plugs are ( .039 - .043)
hi A 1997 Mitsubishi Mirage DE Coupe needs spark plugs that have been set with a gap of .043 inches. This is equal to 1.1 mm.
A 1997 Mitsubishi Mirage DE Coupe needs spark plugs that have been set with a gap of .043 inches. This is equal to 1.1 mm.
2002 galant , can't find the spark plugs
Every 30,000 miles except platinum plugs
you have to remve the intake manifold
hey i have a mitsubishi mirage 99 de 1.8 sedan and i changed the fuel pump few times its located in the fuel tank and you have to bring down the whole fuel tank to change it. its an nice car very reliable but today i found out that my spark plugs have oil on them i guess its the valve cover seals anyway i hope i helped and i am very sure of this answer
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 need to take the intake off to get to the back three plugs...
I have a 97 Mirage LS Coupe and the spark pluge are located under the coil wires. If you are looking at your motor from the front of the car you can get to the 4 plugs on the top of the motor. You will need a 10mm socket to remove the coil wires. There are 2 of them. There are near the oil cap. I hope that helps.
remove the coil packs on top the engine with a small tork bit then change plugs
remove intake manifoled to access back 3 plugs. time consuming but can be done
Where and how do you find the spark plugs for a 1997 ford expedition?
undo the console on top of the spark plugs and they are 2 each 2 plugs they are 16 spark plugs in total
first you need to state what liter the engine is.
how to change number 6 spark plug on a 2006 mitsubishi galant
Well the v6 engine will require you to take the intake off to get to the rear plugs but other than that it is pretty much the same
It is most likely your spark plugs and or wire set. All of this is easy to change. There is another forum that explains how to change your spark plugs for your Galant.
Replace plugs and filters, change fluids, replace serpentine belt. Plugs are replaced by removing fuel rails, removing coil packs over plugs, then changing plugs.
by puting ur bulb in ur girl friends hole
It is important to remember the gap when changing the spark plugs of a car. For the 1987 2L Mitsubishi L200 Pick up, the gap size is .045.
NGK platinum plugs
The plugs i believe are near the exhaust manifold.... If you are unfamilliar with changing plugs you should not do it yourself Because the plugs are near such high heat they are prone to fouling Try to use NGK plugs and spring for the irridium As you may already know never change plugs on a engine that is warm or hot. First thing in the morning stone cold is the best time to do it. You can google ask a Mitsubishi Tech on the web for further assistance
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