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Take it to a dealer
you have to remove the washer bottle and the battery and the air duct then remove the coil packs then spark plugs easy
4 i think
The easiest way is to take vehicle to a machanic and have him do it.
the easiest way is to jack the vehicle up and remove the front tires and reach them that way gives you a lot easier access to the plugs!
two spark plugs are located to the right side of the engine and the other two spark plugs are located on the left side of the engine.
It's on the rear valve cover. The easiest way to change it is to pull off the alternator. It's also the easiest way to change the rear spark plugs and wires.
i think that the chassis and suspension is the same for 1987 through date. so, the easiest way that i have found to change the spark plugs, if it is a v-6, is to jack it up, remove the front wheels and use the little access cut-out in the fender well to get to the plugs. on my 93, the steering arm is right above the area that even a wobbler won't get into. have fun!
when do you change spark plugs
just unscrew the old one and screw in the new one pretty tight
Check the spark plugs themselves. I have a '99 Impreza and one of the plugs cracked and I was getting a terrible performance. The plug actually came apart and that was NOT good. Once we got the old plug out we got a new one in and it ran fine.
The easiest way is to look for spark plugs. No plugs and it is a diesel, plugs and it is a petrol engine.
easiest way is to remove the tires and go in through access panel, real quick and easy
the easiest way is to pull the upper plenium, of course you want to replace the gaskets at this time as well.
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It is important to know the location of the spark plugs while owning a car. In a 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX there are spark plugs near the bottom of the engine block on each side of the car.
2 ways easiest is too remove inlet manifold other is too remove engine 3 ltrs only
try changing the spark plugs you will get loads of highley technical answers on here but its normally the simple solution that works i had the very same problem on my impreza and all it needed was a new set of plugs..
Generally I change platinum plugs at 100K and regular plugs at 50K.
Remove your front tires and look up under the fender cowel and you sill see the sparks plugs. I have to change mine and when I changed my Ball Joints I notice that that will be the easiest way to get to them. That and a long extension
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