Well on my 94 Topaz I used a spark plug socket with a built in swivel and a extension with 15 degree angle cut into it. The extension came as a set 3 sizes all with 15 degree angles cut into them. I bought them change plugs on a 80' Buick Skylark V6. Good Luck!
How do you replace spart plug tube seal of Honda accord LX 1994?
Remove the drain plug from the bottom of the oil pan, and then remove the filter.
pull the plug wires. turn the spark plug counter-clockwise, replace with new plug. replace wire
Drain plug for what?
You should have a rubber plug that the hose fits into. Go to ford and buy a new one.
The spark plugs on a Ford Explorer are replaced by first disconnecting the battery. Remove the spark plug using a spark plug socket. Replace with the factory recommended spark plug.
Check engine light? You have to plug the computer in to read the faults. If you do not have one, then most good service shops have, and for a small fee will help you.
when your car miss fires is when i replace my spark plug, look at the rpm -and if it is not consistent then it probably needs to be replaced.
Switch off the car and then pull out the spark plug wires by holding them from the plug boot. Remove the spark plugs using a socket wrench and clean off any dirt or debris that is left in the spark plug hole. Replace the plug and tighten them first by hand and then by wrench. Reattach the wires.
It depends on where the freeze plug is. Some Are on the back of the motor requiring the transmission to be removed. Once you can see it you can take it out with a screwdriver and it is easier to replace with a rubber one rather than a metal one.
It could be done, but it wouldn't be a simple "plug and play" replacement.
Its on the bottom of the oil pan.
.054 inch , according to fordparts.com
If there is only one plug, try removing the plug, spraying WD40 in the plug hole, replace the plug and try starting.
It is not a job for the amature. TAke it to a garage.
No. First off, the plug will be different. And even if you replace the plug, it won't work right on the wrong voltage
First raise the hood. Then locate the spark plug wires. DO ONE AT A TIME OR ELSE YOUR CAR WILL NOT RUN VERY WELL OR NOT AT ALL. Remove the first spark plug using a ratchet with a 6" extension (this prevents busted-up knuckles)and a 5/8" spark plug socket. Loosen and remove. When replacing with a new plug be careful how tight you get the plug, as you will want to do this again in 1 year. Oh, and by the way, you can apply antisieze compound to the spark plug threads; but please do so sparingly.
Do you mean just the bulb? If so open the hood, the plug unscrews from the back side of the headlight. If you mean the whole assembly, start from the out side, and remove all the screws.
find the oil pan on the bottom of the motor. The drain plug will be near the bottom of the pan. It is usually a bolt plug, but some have a plug that will look like the end of the ratch or breaker bar will fit in the hole. also note that some of the plugs have a copper gasket around the plug. It will also need to be replace. they can sometimes be reused but it is better to replace it. hope it helps. duboff
To fix an engine with no compression first try replacing the spark plugs. Remove the spark plug wire and then remove the spark plug. Replace the plug with a new one. Reattach the wire. Replace all of your plugs and see if your engine will fire.
Replace freeze plug in a 1998 ford windstar ?
Should be the rear lower section of the oil pan
Drain the system from the lower hose on the rad.
I set mine at .035
Looking from under the car, there is a check plug on the transmission. Have to remove the plug, the oil should just drip out, if not, add to the level of the plug only.