You have to remove the air intake duct from the fuel injection system and move it out of the way. It's not easy, you just have to squeeze in there and try to reach them best you can. It may help if you put the front of the car on ramps or jackstands and reach in from the bottom. Good light helps too. It took me an hour for the whole job the first time i did it. It is best to get the good spark plugs that last longer. Good luck.
on passenger side under the plugs and exhaust manifold
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.
No. Remove the passenger seat, remove the cosmetic panel under the passenger door, peel of the carpet and unbolt the access cover. Younow can see the engine head where your spark plugs are.
you have to remove the inner fender for access. Put car on jack stands, remove front passenger tire, remove plastic inner shield to get to plugs. You will need couple extensions and a "wobble" or universal joint extension to get them
The engine is a 3.8L V6, therefore: 6 cyl @ 1 plug/Cyl = 6 plugs.
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cover, remove the spark plugs wires and boots, and remove the spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, replace the engine cover, and connect the battery.
Previa spark plugs are located under the passenger seat. you need to remove the front passenger seat (4) bolts. Remove the jack and holder. remove seat bracket then Roll back the carpet exposing engine cover. Remove the all the bolts 10-12 bolts. Lift off the cover exposing the engine. You will seat a black cover with (3) bolts holding it on, remove cover exposing. The spark plug wires, pull each wire from the plugs. The plugs are deep inside the valve cover. Remove all (4) plugs, look at each plug they should all look the same. If they look different there maybe another problem. Reverse these procedures to reassemble.
If you take the engine cover off, down the left side of the block (passenger side of the car) are four coil packs. You remove the coil packs and the plugs are inside the block. You'll need an extension to remove them.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1989 Ford Thunderbird , 3.8 liter V6 engine : The spark plugs are gapped at ( .054 inch )
After you remove the plastic engine cover. You will see the front 3 plugs across the front of the engine with coilpacks on top of them. You will see 3 plug wires that go from those 3 coilpacks around the passenger side of the engine to the back side where the other 3 plugs are located. To get to those 3 plugs you will need to remove the intake plenum. This part is tricky, and will require a new gasket. Don't forget where all the wires and hoses came from. Good luck
Remove the four bolts holding the coil pack to the passenger side cylinder head. Lift coil rail off of engine. Using the appropriate sized spark plug tool, unscrew the spark plugs 1 at a time from the engine and replace with correctly gapped plugs.
If you are referring to plugs in the engine block, sometimes called freeze plugs, they are used to remove sand from the casting when the engine block is cast. They are not freeze plugs and serve no purpose after manufacture.
were is engine cover wot does it do
You will need to remove the engine shroud from inside the cabin to access the engine and plugs.
First I would ask what year and engine seize, either way I remove the washer take on the drivers side giving you plenty of room to get in their and on the passenger side I remove the whole air box
remove cover from top of engine
Its located on the passenger side fire wall behind the shock tower next too your diagnostic plugs
Assuming this is a 4.3 engine, remove the block coolant drain plugs. There is one on each side of the block. The passenger side is towards the front of the block and the drivers side is towards the back.
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cover, remove the spark plug cables and boot covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, attach the boot covers, and cables, replace the engine cover, and connect the battery.
You will have to remove the cover that is on top the engine. You will find the plug wires there. You must remove the bolt that holds down the plug to the engine. The plugs are located deep down in the holes.
Whoever wants to know, Lucky You. There are 6 spark plugs, 1, 2, 3 on the passenger side of the engine compartment, and 4, 5, 6 on the driver side. The plugs are seemingly buried under the engine and everything else, just above the headers, and are almost impossible to remove and exchange by yourself. Good luck.
The recommended spark plug, for a 1984. Thunderbird 302, V8 engine, is a champion spark plug. The spark plugs can be purchased at most auto-parts stores.
On the top of the engine. You have to remove the four coils to access the plugs underneath.
2003 c320. So a v-6 correct? They are located on both sides of the engine. Your engine will have spark plug cable wires going from the ignition coils to the spark plugs, you need to remove the cables off the plugs before you can remove the spark plugs.
hi there you have to remove the top engine mount and inlet manifold about 15 bolts its a bit potchy to get out and then you can get at the heater plugs