How do you get to the spark plugs on the passenger side of a '94 Firebird V8 5.7L?
Sometimes it is eassier to get to them from the bottom.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cables, boots and spark plugs from the driver side, and put in the new spark plugs and replace everything. Lift the passenger side on a jack, remove the tire, from under that side of the car, remove the spark plug cable, boots and plug. Replace the plugs and everything else, then lower the car.
The passenger side spark plugs are accessed by removing the R/F tire and inner fender well. Make sure to place vehicle on a (jack stand, in park, chock the rear tire) and not just the jack. With the inner fender liner removed, you will be able to see the spark plugs. Gap is .052-.056" 13lb-ft of torque.
Locate the spark plug or plugs. They can be found by following the spark plug wire (a larger black or colored wire leading to the cylinder head). If there is more than one plug, make sure you write down or label each spark plug wire before you take it off. This is important, as on an 8 cylinder engine, you can easily forget which wire goes where. Firing Orders; (4.6L - 5.4L) ************* Firewall ************…
To change the spark plugs, the ones on the left side (driver's side) of the engine are accessible from the top of the engine under the hood. The plugs on the right side (passenger side) are accessible by pulling the right front wheel and removing the rubber dust cover (pops off) that attaches to the fenderwell. This is assuming that you have a 5.0L V8 engine (302ci). Have Fun!!!