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If you are use to working on vehicles from the 60's through 90's, then I can understand your question. They are not connected in the traditional manner with large insulated spark plug wires, but more resemble a wiring harness like the one that connects to all of the fuel injectors.
To get to the plugs; remove the oil filler cap so that you can pop off the plastic cover on top of the engine. Then replace the oil cap so that nothing falls into the engine. You will then see three flat black things with electrical connectors on them and a 10mm bolt on the side (the vehicle's right). Remove that bolt and pull the whole assembly out. You will need a spark plug socket and a 6" extension to get the spark plug out of the cavity that it is in. It is the same for the back side of the engine, only a little more difficult to get to. Be sure to lubricate the rubber inside of your spark plug socket or you will have a heck of a time getting your socket back out of the hole after installing your plugs.
By the way, after 100,000 miles, the plugs that I pulled out looked just as good as new ones with only minor carbon build up. I think I will give it another 25,000 to 50,000 before I inspect them again or if the gas mileage drops.
how do you change spark in a chev 2008 cobalt
Now would be a good time to do a tuneup.
How to change the daytime running lamp on 2008 GMC Acadia
The 2008 Lancer uses a 4 cylinder engine, therefore it uses 4 spark plugs.
2008 and before has 8 plugs. 2009 and up has 16 spark plugs.
Change the plugs and wires at 100,000 miles unless you experience poor performance or a drop in MPG. In that case change them sooner.
The owners manual recommends every 30,000 miles
A Toyota Allion has 4 spark plugs. These spark plugs are not hard to replace, and can be found in the engine, under the hood. After 2008 models, they are harder to replace.
In the glove box.
The Honda Civic has four spark plugs, one for each cylinder.
The spark plugs are located under each of the ignition coil modules on 2008 Chevy Colorado. It is necessary to remove the coils and related wiring to access and replace them.
The 2008 GMC Acadia has 24 valves.
The 2008 GMC Acadia has a V6 engine.
The coil packs: only if something goes wrong, they are not a 'wear item,' and therefore have no anticipated change timeframe The spark plugs: yes.
what is the fuel tank capacity of a 2008 GMC Acadia
The 2008 GMC Acadia is a gas-powered vehicle.
On the top of the engine. You have to remove the four coils to access the plugs underneath.
The 2008 GMC Acadia has a 6-speed shiftable automatic.
The maximum payload of the 2008 GMC Acadia is 1676 lbs..
The 2008 GMC Acadia runs on regular unleaded.
The 2008 GMC Acadia is 16 ft. 8.7 in. (200.7 in.) long.
The height of the 2008 GMC Acadia is 6 ft. 0.8 in. (72.8 in.).
The curb weight of the 2008 GMC Acadia is 4722 lbs..