Sometimes it is eassier to get to them from the bottom.
They are only accessible from underneath - vehicle has to be on a lift since the engine is transverse mounted and three of the plugs are right next to the firewall (passenger side).
passenger side plugs- through the passenger side wheel well driver side plugs- under the hood
There are 6 plugs 3 are on the driver side and 3 are on the passenger side alone with the coils
The firing order for the spark plugs in a 2000 Mazda B3000 start on the passenger side. The order is as follows - passenger side front, passenger side center, passenger side rear, driver side front, driver side center, driver side rear.
For both 4 & 6 cylinders, they are on the passenger side of the motor. Follow the plug wires to the plugs in the side of the engine.
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.
If your Explorer has ac, you have to remove the passenger side front wheel and then the wheel well flap. The job of replacing the spark plugs will then be much easier. Sounds like a lot of trouble, but well worth it.
Under the throtlle body / upper intake manifold which needs to be removed to access the 3 spark plugs on the driver's side. The other 3 are on the passenger side of the engine.
It is screewed into the head between the first 2 spark plugs on drivers side. If heads have been switch around then it will be between the last 2 spark plugs on the passenger side.
firewall passenger side just below the spark plugs
passenger side 2-4-6 driver side 1-3-5
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cowl, remove the spark plugs cables, boots and plugs on the drivers side of the engine, replace with new spark plugs and attach the boot and cables. Do the same on the passenger side of the engine, replace the engine cowl, and connect the battery.
Firing Orders; (4.6L - 5.4L) ************* Firewall ************ (Passenger Side) 4 * 8 (Drivers Side) (Passenger Side) 3 * 7 (Drivers Side) (Passenger Side) 2 * 6 (Drivers Side) (Passenger Side) 1 * 5 (Drivers Side) ************ Radiator *************
The gap for spark plug measurement in on the under side of the hood on the passenger side along with the other engine specs
The spark plugs are located on the side of the engine, near the bottom. A four-cylinder engine will have two spark plugs on each side. A six-cylinder engine will have three spark plugs on each side.
under the passenger side rear hub cap ...... huh?
I heard you have to take half the motor apart to get to them.
There is a long black item on the passenger side of the engine. That is the coil. They are under it.
The 2000 Toyota Avalon spark plugs can be located on each side of the engine. The spark plugs will be near the bottom of the engine. There are three spark plugs on each side.
passenger side of engine , front spark plug The engine cylinders / spark plugs are numbered : passenger side of engine , front to rear , 1 , 2 , 3 -----drivers side of engine , front to rear , 4 , 5 , 6
For the driver's side three, it will take some reaching to get to them but for the passenger side plugs, you need to remove the tire to access the plugs through the wheel well.
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.
I do know that on a V-6, the two front plugs on the passenger side can be reached through the fender well, and the back one on that side can be reached by removing the doghouse
Passanger side of engine, comes up between spark plug #2 and #4 (first and second spark plugs from the front on the passanger side.
The spark plugs / engine cylinders are numbered 1 , 2 , 3 from front to rear on the passenger side of the engine and 4 , 5 , 6 from front to rear on the drivers side of the engine