easy.........take the old spark plugs out and put the new spark plugs back
You have to take coil packs off and then they are easier to get to. You will see the wires going to the plugs.
3 at the back of engine,3 in front
you can get to some from the front and the ones in the back you can get to through the wheel wells
The spark plugs are on the front and back of a V6 (back ones are tough to get to) L4 right in front. Turn the engine off and take off the spark wires unscrew the plugs
Replacing spark plugs is pretty simple. Disconnect the battery, remove the cover and cables, remove the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, put the cover and wires back on the spark plugs, and reconnect the battery.
Probably because you got the spark plug wires plugged onto the wrong spark plugs.
I own a 1994 Bonneville and replacing the back spark plugs was not too bad, there is enough room and with a socket extension you will have no trouble.
on the back side, I find easier to replace from under the car as there is more space for your arm, and less likely to break your new plugs
the plugs on the back are very difficult. How is this done.
To change spark plugs a person must start with a car that is off, then disconnect the batter. The person must then remove the spark plug cables, remove the spark plugs, and replace them with new spark plugs. After that, one must put the spark plug cables back in the correct order, then connect the battery.
The spark plugs are actually located under the manifold on the top of the engine 3 in front and 3 in back....
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cable and covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new plugs, put back the covers and cables, and reconnect the battery.
There are six plugs. The plugs are located at the end of the spark plug wire. There are 2 banks of plugs. One bank you can see and the other bank is located ib the back of the engine.
you have got to take the Pentium off and then you can change the back spark plugs when you put the Pentium back on you need to tourqe the bolts to 16 inch pounds.
Pull the spark plug wires off the spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs with a spark plug socket. Install the new spark plugs and put the spark plug wires back on. I recomend replacing the spark plug wires as well. If replacing them, just remember that the new wires are hooked up the same ways that the old ones came off.
they could be bad spark plugs as in not a very good brand. or maybe you didn't put the wires back on the right spark plug.
Remove the upper intake, then proceed as with the other plugs.
Spark plugs are cheap so, when you pull them to read them, don't put them back in. Replace them with new. To read the plugs, you need to compare them to the pictures at the link. They will tell you about your engine's health. Fouled plugs are not the problem, they are the symptom.
remove the pretty plastic on the top of the motor once remove you will have direct access to the front 3 spark plugs, to remove the rear spark plugs remove the intake manifold and then you will be able to access the back bank of spark plugs. then reassemble everything. tools needed ratchet and sockets and large extension
how do you change the spark plugs in a trajet hyundi i have change the front one but the back one nearest the fire wall i dont no how to get to thanks for your help
the spark plugs are located under the cover, you must unscrew the Lexus symbol and the 3 other screws at the bottom and the 3 of the spark plugs are in front top, the other 3, back top
from underneath the car.
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
Under the hood of the 1995 Toyota Avalon, along each side of the engine block are the spark plugs. Make sure the engine is cool before starting. Remove the wires covering the spark plugs, which lead from the distributor cap. Use a socket wrench to remove the spark plugs. Take out the new spark plugs from each of the six boxes, use the gap tool to set the gap at .034 and screw the new plugs in. Use the socket wrench to tighten the spark plugs and put the wires back in place.