you will probly need to remove the tire to get to them
possibble bad ignition coil
it has 2 bolts that may be covered by plugs remove plugs
Four plugs, one per cylinder.
Actually , with the electronic ignition there are no points , and the scheduled maintainence guide shows to change the spark plugs at ( 100,000 miles )
Sunfire spark plugs cost about eight dollars per plug. They can be purchased at almost any auto supply store in the United States.
It depends on what engine you have. On some you have to remove the housing on the top of the engine which contains the coils etc.
The best answer is to follow the recommendations for maintenance in your particular car's owner's manual. A rule of thumb is every 30,000 miles for standard plugs and 60,000 for platinum or other precious metal plugs. Don't forget the ignition system's secondary wiring. Worn plugs and damaged wires can cause ignition coils and other ignition components to fail prematurely.
if you have ignition coils you have to remove them and the intake tube (3000) then you can take the spark plugs out
I think that in all of the Sunfire engines, the plugs are in a row across the front of the engine. Try locating and following the plug wires to help you. FriPilot
You change plugs because the continual sparking erodes the electrode, which slowly retards the ignition timing, which then makes the engine run inefficiently,
They are under the ignition coils. 5/8" socket and 8 " extension.
You bet. A bad coil and you have no spark to the plugs. No spark and the fuel cannot be ignited.
No, spark plugs do not cause ignition in diesels. The fuel compression causes ignition
The coils die faster than the plugs! The RX8 Irridium plugs need to be changed at 25,000 miles per the maintenance manual. Replace the plugs and ignition coils when the car won't rev over 9,000 rpm smoothly.
The distributor cap is located on the top of the distributor on a 1996 Sunfire. It is connected to the spark plugs via a wire.
A faulty ignition coil or module can cause misfiring.
all automotive plugs are electronic ignition now,unless you have a 73 or older with points. newer plugs have a wider gap than older plugs.and last longer.
They are under the 6 ignition coils. There is a coil for each spark plug. You have to remove the coils, and then remove the plugs.
when do you change spark plugs
Um, ALL cars/trucks/SUV's have spark plugs. What a stupid question.
Sparks plugs or the distributor's seal is broken. But you should check the sparks plugs first, change them and the sparks plugs wires also. Then if you notice that your plugs are tainted with oil, there may be broken valves on the pistons.
The ignition module is located in the distributor under the rotor, it plugs in.
98 Kia Sephia Plug change Remove the cover on top of the engine. It is stamped DOHC and has six screws. Two plugs are under the ignition sets and the other two are one the ends, a total of four. Replace the plugs, spacing is 44 thousandths.
Not sure what you mean by change the ignition on a diesel, diesel engines don't have spark plugs, spark plus wires, coil, etc.... If you are asking about the ignition switch, it is mounted on top of the steering column on most pre 2000, after that they are located in the steering column.