Should be a 5/8 spark plug socket.
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.
16mm or 5/8 inch
Spark plugs use SAE and not Metric. The one that fits it is the one that fits it.
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.
You can begin by removing the spark plug wires from your 1985 Chevrolet S 10 Blazer spark plugs. Use a 5/8 deep well socket to turn the spark plugs out. Turning the socket to the left will loosen the spark plugs. Reverse the process to install the new spark plugs.
Remove the spark plug wires from the spark plugs, use an extension for your Allen wrench, and use a spark plug socket to remove the spark plug.
any size that works usually a 3/8th ratchet You probably meant what size socket Its either 5/8th if the plugs are small or 13/16th if they are big
Just follow the ign. wires to the plugs, and use a spark plug socket.
Use a spark plug socket with extensions.
To change spark plugs on a 1994 Toyota Camry, remove the black shafts. The spark plugs are down the four holes. Use a socket set with extension to reach the spark plugs. Replace old spark plugs with new ones.
if u know were the spark plugs are located use a socket wrench with long socket so you could fit the socket into the hole and do the exact same things as you would do trying to get a bolt free
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.
Under the hood of the 1995 Toyota Avalon, along each side of the engine block are the spark plugs. Make sure the engine is cool before starting. Remove the wires covering the spark plugs, which lead from the distributor cap. Use a socket wrench to remove the spark plugs. Take out the new spark plugs from each of the six boxes, use the gap tool to set the gap at .034 and screw the new plugs in. Use the socket wrench to tighten the spark plugs and put the wires back in place.
Check with your local auto parts store or Sears. Some socket drive sets come with a 5/8" This should be the size of the spark plugs in your motor. use a 3/8 drive socket wrench and the 5/8 socket with a 8" extension attached. This will make changing spark plugs much easier. Good Luck!!!
disconnect the ht leads rememberin what ones went were then use the spark plug socket or ant socket that will fit it
To replace the spark plugs on your Celebrity requires a 5/8" spark plug socket, short extension and either a ratchet or breaker bar. First remove the spark plug wire then use the socket to remove the spark plug. The spark plugs should have a .045" gap. Replace the spark plug and reattach the wire. Continue until you have replace all of the spark plugs.
The coils are bolted to the side of the engine, The spark plugs are under the coils, NO PLUG WIRES. unbolt the coils and use A spark plug socket.
a 5/8 socket
Changing the spark plugs in a Mercedes w208 320 1999 only requires two tools to be used. The first tool is a 3/8 wratchet that has a short extension and the second tool part is a universal socket. Attach the universal socket to the spark plug socket and use the wratchet to loosen each spark plug. Use the same tools to tighten the new spark plugs into place.
they are at the top of the cylinder head and just use a socket or wrench to remove it
In my experience, all spark plugs are the same size (SP13/16(21mm)) someitmes a 5/8 works. usually in socket wrench kits there is one extra long socket, that's the one I use. To best of my knowledge, spark plug is like a light bulb (basically universal)
Pull the spark plug wires off each of the spark plugs. Blow out the wells where the spark plugs are with compressed air as dirt accumulates there. Use a spark plug socket with an extension to remove the plugs. Make sure to gap your new plugs to the proper spec which is in the owners manual. Install the new plugs, making sure when you thread them in with the socket that they do not crossthread! It can be costly to rethread these holes. Reinstall the plug wires in the correct sequence.