Four plugs, one per cylinder.
Um, ALL cars/trucks/SUV's have spark plugs. What a stupid question.
I think that in all of the Sunfire engines, the plugs are in a row across the front of the engine. Try locating and following the plug wires to help you. FriPilot
Provides a high voltage to the spark-plugs so that the fuel ignites in the cylinders.
The plugs on 2.3L and 2.4L OHC engines the gap should be at 0.050 in.
all Sunfires are 4 cylinder engines, so 4.
It depends on what engine you have. On some you have to remove the housing on the top of the engine which contains the coils etc.
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The spark plug gap for the 2003 Pontiac Sunfire 2.2 liter 4-cylinder is .043 (in thousandths). The '03 Sunfire gets up to 25 miles per gallon in the city and 33 mph on the highway.Ê
Sunfire spark plugs cost about eight dollars per plug. They can be purchased at almost any auto supply store in the United States.
If it is a 4 cylinder it has 4, V6 then it has 6. Some 4 cylinders do have 8 plugs, Ford for instance, but not the GM 4 cylinders.
under the cover in the middle of the motor. take the 4 bolts out of the cover and you'll see them down in the valley
0.040 in - verified, page 6-64:
Absolutely. 4 of them across the front of the engine. They may be hidden by a shroud on your car. Look for the plug wires and follow them to where the plugs live. If you have a shop manual, it will show you what's up with the plugs. FriPilot
The spark plugs on a 2004 Pontiac Vibe are changed by removing the plug cover, disconnecting the spark plug wires, and taking out individual spark plugs using a deep wall socket. New plugs are then set to the proper gap and torqued into place.
Any Auto Parts store can provide this info. It is also listed in your owners manual, and under the hood on a placard. Use AC/Delco plugs.
On my '96, they're right across the front of the engine, 4 in a row. They might be a little hard to see, so just look for the plug wires and follow them to the plugs. FriPilot
Your piston rings are probably bad. Which will cause compression loss, in effect you will loss power, and it will let oil trough and saturate your plugs.
No, only diesel engines have glow plugs. It has spark plugs.
This seems to vary between manufacturers. When you buy the plugs, have the guy at the parts store look it up and write it on one of the plug boxes. FriPilot
You could be having a problem with your spark plugs and your dashboard is alerting you. You should have a mechanic check it out.