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How do you replace the spark plugs on a 1995 Mitsubishi Montero?

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2015-07-16 18:21:00
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I purchased the Bush Platinum spark plugs and cables. Total cost: about $115.00. The work took about 4-5 hours; I did not want to rush this at all! � Here is what we did: 1. Remove Air intake (this is easy to say... but just take your time, it is not impossible to get the job done). 2. Loosen the V3000 (LS) air cover, just undo the screws the hold that part. 3. Number your old spark plug cables so you know where they go. 4. Replace ONE spark plug at a time and change the old cable for a new cable of the same length (mark the new cable with the same number of your old cable in case you loose track later). 5. Place the V3000 (LS) back in place, do not over-tighten the screws! 6. Place back into place the Air filter tube; make all the connection previously removed and you should be finish.

Take your time and do not rush this work - if needed take some pictures with your digital camara to remember where things go.

On a difficulty scale of 1 to 5, I give this work a 3

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I purchased the Bush Platinum spark plugs and cables. Total cost: about $115.00. The work took about 4-5 hours; I did not want to rush this at all! � Here is what we did: 1. Remove Air intake (this is easy to say... but just take your time, it is not impossible to get the job done). 2. Loosen the V3000 (LS) air cover, just undo the screws the hold that part. 3. Number your old spark plug cables so you know where they go. 4. Replace ONE spark plug at a time and change the old cable for a new cable of the same length (mark the new cable with the same number of your old cable in case you loose track later). 5. Place the V3000 (LS) back in place, do not over-tighten the screws! 6. Place back into place the Air filter tube; make all the connection previously removed and you should be finish.

Take your time and do not rush this work - if needed take some pictures with your digital camara to remember where things go.

On a difficulty scale of 1 to 5, I give this work a 3

AA

This website gives an in depth description of how to do it w/ pictures....

http://www.monterosportonline.com/diy.html

The above post really does you no good. Though pictures are there, they do not reflect a 1995, which is a bit more complicated. I'm doing a search myself at the moment. There aren't many answers here.

check out this site.. it worked for my 96. perhaps it'll help you http://www.monterosportonline.com/diy.html

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