Depends on which size plug you are using. Hint, keep changing sockets until you find the one that fits. They are not metric.
There are three sizes of plug in normal use, 10mm, 14mm and 18mm. (They are identified by their thread size) The socket sizes for these are 5/8" (16mm) 13/16" (21mm) and 15/16" (24mm). However, many 14mm plugs (the most common size) have 5/8 hexagons, and many 18mm plugs have 13/16 hexagons!
You will need to remove the spark plug wires on your Chevrolet 3.1 liter engine. Remove the spark plugs with a 5/8 deep well socket. Turn the socket to the left. The spark plugs will come out. Reverse the process to install the new spark plugs.
You need a socket or plug wrench. Remove the spark plug wire. Fit a socket on to the plug and remove it anti clockwise. Most problems with these things are old gasoline.
To replace spark plugs, you can use a socket wrench, but a socket made for removing and replacing spark plugs is needed. This socket is relatively inexpensive and can be found at most auto parts stores.
Replacing the plugs is fairly easy. Just remove the plastic engine cover then unbolt and remove the 4 coils. Once removed you need to look down and you will see the plugs that need to be removed with a spark plug socket.
Remove the plastic cover on top of the camshaft cover (the cover reads VOLVO 24 VALVE. You will need a Torx 24 to remove the fasteners and a 10mm socket to remove the coils above the spark plugs.
Plugs are on either rocker cover....there are 3 ign coils on each rocker cover that need to be removed then remove the plugs You will need a 5/8 spark plug socket as well as a long extension to replace them 8mm socket holds the individual coils on
You do not need to remove the fuel rail to remove the spark plugs.
if your engine is a 2.4l twin cam you need to remove the top covers. then underneath there are individual coil packs secured by 10mm spanner bolts. remove them and pull the coil out. the spark plugs are there and need a slim size plug socket....
The spark plugs are located straight down through the valve cover, at the end of the spark plug wire. 5/8 inch socket to remove them, you will also need an extention and it is a good idia to tape the socket and extention together or the socket will get stuck down in the valve cover, hope this helps
My Scenic is a 2001 model with a 1998cc motor. The engine type is F4R which has 4 spark plugs. The spark plugs use a 5/8" socket plug. You will need about a 15cm extension on the socket as the plugs are situated deep inside the engine.
Remove the plastic cover that is to the oil filler cap, it will a torx bit. Be careful when removing the Spark plug wires the coils are connected to them and they arre bolted down. You will need a 8" extension to get the plugs out, I think you will need a 5/8 spark plug socket. Remove old plugs. gap new plugs and install in reverse as removing them.
pull the plug wires and you need a deep well socket i believe its 5/8
Remove cover on top of engine,pull plug wires straight up.The spark plugs will be down in a hole for each cylinder.You need a spark plug socket and a long extention to reach them.
To locate the spark plugs in your vehicle you need to follow your spark plug wires too your valve cover. After removing the wires you should be able to locate the spark plugs themselves by shining a light down into the engine head. If removal is necessary you will need to have a special socket that is called a spark plug socket this type of socket can be purchased at auto part stores and is specially designed to allow removal and replacement without damaging the spark plugs.
the spark plugs require a 5/8 inch spark plug socket.
I just finished changing my plugs. Although it was a little tedious it is not that hard to do. You will need a #10 metric socket and a spark plug socket with a rubber boot inside to help bring the plug out. There are a couple of brackets that require the #10 socket to remove on the drivers side in order to get at the plugs on that side. You will also need a long extension for you socket. On the passenger side you will need to loosen the air intake hose from the air filter to the top of the motor and you will need to remove a couple of vacuum hoses. After that is out of the way you can get at the plugs on that side. The plugs on that side are under the little black boxes that are sitting where the plug wires are attached. You won't need to remove the plug wires but you will need to remove the black boxes. First remove the small electrical connector on the top of the box by squeezing and pulling up. You can then remove the box with the #10 socket and pull the spark plug connector staight out. After changing the plugs just reverse the process to replace everything you have removed. It took me about one hour. Good luck.
You will need a 5/8 socket to remove the plugs from your 750 Honda motorcycle. A deep well socket is recommended.
Remove the plastic cover plate on top of engine and you will see 4 holes in a line which is where the spark plugs are recessed into, you will need a socket set with long extension arm to reach the plugs. hope this helps. Iain.
You need a six extension and a spark plug socket with a rubber stop inside. The spark plugs are located on top of the engine. They are about 4 inchs inside the head. Using the extenion put the socket with the rubber piece inside which will grip the plugs when they are unscrewed allowing you to remove the plugs. When installing use the same socket but press the plugs inside the socket so they are being gripped which will you to slowing lower them inside the head with the extension and get them started. I suggest you start them by hand.
18m thinwalled socket
You will need the correct replacement spark plugs, a spark plug socket, and a screw driver. The new cars have the spark plugs concealed and you might have to open the cover over the engine to access it, which may require addition tools
You need to remove the valve cover ((V8) motor) and remove the spark plug coils, then you can change the plugs.
on th etop of the motor remove the plastic cover. it will give you access to the coils and plugs. Using a 10mm socket, remove the engine cover. All 4 plugs are in the center of the block. Two are really easy to find, the other two need to be removed after you remove the cover on top. You will need a 10mm socket to gain access to them. Don't forget your extender when changing the plugs.
The Spark plugs on the Ex250 are under the fuel tank, to change them, you'll need to remove it.