i had the same problem # 3 plug was fouling and replaced it had the same problem again replaced the coil, # 3 fouled again had coil bench tested and came back ok upgraded to ngk platinum series with accel spark thundersport 8mm wires and upgraded to a higher resistance coil from accel being a Mitsubishi engine champion plugs etc, are crap in the cirrus stay import replacing engine components on your cirrus no matter the cost my cirrus has 310,000 kms and it runs beter than new on rebuilt engine and trans
check that your sparkplugs are not cracked and that your wires are fully on your plugs
my sparkplugs are gaped to wide can that cause my car to surge and poor starting
No , a diesel engine doesn't have sparkplugs It could have glow plugs
Six plugs are fitted to this engine
Pop off the blackcover over the engine and the spark plugs are located under it.
Take off the engine cover and remove the HT leads. You will then see the sparkplugs.
NGK makes fantastic plugs that produce excellent spark for your engine.
In general, glow plugs will be in just about the same place as sparkplugs in a gasoline engine. They stick down through the head.
I had a problem just like that, I replaced sparkplugs and wires and my engine had a bad miss also; performed a compression test on all cylinders check out good ; found out sparkplugs was bad, got those NGK's sparkplugs ran better than ever.
A 97 Deville would be equipped with the Northstar V8 engine, therefore, it has 8 spark plugs.
There are ( 2 ) sparkplugs per engine cylinder for a total of ( 8 ) sparkplugs on your 1997 Ford Ranger 2.3 liter 4 cylinder with Fords twin plug ignition system
There are ( 8 ) sparkplugs for your 4.6 liter - single over head cam - V8 engine
Depending on the model some 1998 models have glow plugs like a diesel engine you may want to look into that before you waste time and money on spark plugs. On the 4 cy. engine, the spark plugs are accessible from the top of your engine. There is a face plate on the top of the engine held on with four screws, pull this plate off and you'll see the plugs. This confused me for a while too, as I was looking on the front and rear sides of the engine.
The 4 sparkplugs on the intake side ( drivers side )
You may use the specified spark plugs as stated by the spark plug manufacturer for your make model, engine and year
Follow the plug wires and find the plugs. Sometimes the plugs can be hard to get out.
Internal engine damage.
Absolutely. Worn plugs or carbon-fouled plugs can cause an engine to not start.
Bad engine cushions can make the engine shake. bad spark plugs cause malfunction as the car starts running.
No, but burning oil will give you bad spark plugs.
Worn spark plugs would cause mis-firing or non firing cylinders, both are no good for the engine, replacing the plugs may stop the knock (Could also be a different problem) But you should replace spark plugs as soon as possible.
After you remove the covers, you next need to unbolt the coil packs to access the sparkplugs.
The Tennant model 8410 sweeper supplied with the 4 cylinder Ford engine uses the Motorcraft - AWSF-52-C sparkplugs.
You should always check the gap before putting sparkplugs in.There's no guarantee the manufacturer has it right for your specific make/brand/model/engine.See "Related Questions" below for more