the best depends on what you look to achieve....Nology is the best high performance anything...however it doesn't have as long of a life span as a simple premium brands like Bosch... but go with Iridium plugs, and either Accel 300+ thundervolt, Nology hotwires, or Taylor
No, spark plugs do not cause ignition in diesels. The fuel compression causes ignition
Platinum spark plugs, 100K. Standard spark plugs, 50K.
You can remove the spark plugs in your 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse by turning the spark plugs to the left. You should use a 5/8 deep well socket. The spark plugs will come out.
a diesel engine uses compression and has no need of spark plugs
remove the ignition coils on the intake and they are underneath it. your vehicle has distributorless ignition, therfore there aren't any spark plug wires, instead it has individual ignition coils with the spark plugs directly underneath them.
On top of the spark plugs.
With a Spark plug Wrench
Once on 1-2 year on regular spark plugs. Once every there years on High end spark plugs.
If there is any residue on the spark plug, it will not produce a sufficient spark for the engine ignition.
it has two that i can find
The polarity reverse at each firing
hello the spark plugs are ressed into the valve covers follow the wires from the ignition coil packs. thx
Spark plugs are hidden under the plastic engine cover. You have to remove the ignition module as well which fits over the four spark plugs.
All depends on what kind of spark plugs you have. It could either be 30,000 miles or 150,000 miles.
Take off the plastic engine cover with the three or four bolts pending on which model, then remove the ignition coils and ignition coil plugs, and presto! you have access to all your spark plugs.
No spark plugs in a diesel.
The spark plugs are beneath the cover marked Quad 4. This cover holds the ignition coils that spark the plugs. Remove the cover and you will be able to see the spark plug holes on the top.
The ignition module is located between the starter and the spark plugs on most vehicles.
Bad ignition rotor? Bad distributor cap? Bad ignition wires?
A diesel engine has the same internal components and works off of compression ignition, not spark ignition.
The spark plug wire(s) .
Every 30,000 miles except platinum plugs
You don't. The gap is not adjustable.
They are located below the black plastic where you see the "ECOtec" logo on the engine top. You have to remove screws and pull out the ignition coils to see the spark plugs. By the way GM's 2.2 Ecotec use direct ignition, so there's no spark plugs wires.