The spark plugs are pretty much underneath the block... go in from underneath the vehicle and go from there. If you have headers, it's going to be more difficult to reach some of them. They make a special spark plug socket if your car has headers. You can probably purchase it from any automotive store.
Some you can get out from the top. I think most of them on the driver's side, and the first two on the passenger side. Disconnect the battery, take off the starter and alternator. The back two are a piece of cake from underneath, and the front one under the alternator is blind so be careful not to cross thread it. Long sleeves are recommended; those rusty manifolds will get you.
.060 is the specified gap setting on spark plugs for a 2000 camaro rs.
NGK platinum plugs
Obviously- the spark plugs were not the issue :)
arnt all spark plugs just below the valve covers on all engines ???
The spark plugs are located right under the exhaust manifolds of both sides of the engine. You should just follow the spark plugs wire from the distributer.
3 of the plugs are on top of the mottor and 3 of them are on the bottom side
Only if there's something wrong with your old spark plugs.
Changing your spark plugs could theoretically make your car faster but not enough to make a noticeable difference. Changing your spark plugs when they are worn will increase your fuel mileage slightly.
Changing spark plugs can be an easy task. Disconnect the battery and the spark plug cables, remove the old spark plugs, replace with the new spark plugs, connect the spark plug cables and the battery.
Changing spark plugs is an important task. To do this, disconnect the battery and spark plug cables, and remove the old spark plugs. Next put in the new spark plugs, and reconnect the spark plug cables and then the battery.
When changing the spark plugs of a car, it is important to remember to gap the spark plugs. The gap for this cars spark plugs are 0.051 inches.
they are on both sides of the engine just under the spark plug wires.
Changing spark plugs is relatively easy. Disconnect the batter and spark plug cables, and remove the old spark plugs. Next replace the spark plugs with new ones, reconnect the spark plug cables and battery.
Changing spark plugs is an easy task. Disconnect the battery, disconnect the cables, remove the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, reconnect the cables, and reconnect the battery.
Changing spark plugs is pretty simple. Disconnect the battery, remove the wires to the spark plugs from their location, remove the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, plug the cables to the right spark plug and reconnect the battery.
Remove the spark plug wires. Turn the spark plugs to the left with a deep well 5/8 socket. The spark plugs will come out. Reverse the process with the new spark plugs.
No you do not need to replace any plugs at all when replacing wires.
yes it can
No. Spark plugs have nothing to do with your turn signals. Try changing the turn signal bulbs. Spark plugs are only used for the combustion of the engine.
how would you go about changing the spark plugs in a 1999 Lexus ES 300?
Spark plug tube seals need changing