Sometimes I wonder from what i read as questions, is a joke or what? But to answer this question, You have 6 plug wires. and a box they hook into. Best way for you to do it is to find theses wires and see where they run to. All plug wires and spark plugs conect to the engine head. The other end of the plug wires plug into the distributor. The heads are retangular shaped and long. and have a smooth cover called valve covers. Usually where you put oil in is the valve cover which underneath is the head. Hope that helps out some. This is a outstanding question!!! The plugs or wires are not visible from the top or sides of the moter. You just can't see em'!!! You have to remove the large black plastic air intake. Then remove the intake manafold(not too hard to do) to access the spark plugs and wires. Good luck!!! Russell Ripptoe Come on buddy step into the new era The second answer is exactly right There are no wires visible...and you must remove the intake to acces the di cassettes which are the "distributors" Ripptoe jump into the 90's and realize cars ain't like they usta be....probably good so jokers like you can't wreck them
right on the top you will see the wires going straight down into the engine pull the wires off they are about 4 inches long going into the engine and the plugs are in the holes there.
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cover, remove the spark plugs wires and boots, and remove the spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, replace the engine cover, and connect the battery.
Refer to a service manual for complete pictures and torque specs. Overtighting the plugs can lead to a damaged engine
On the top/ middle of the engine under the ignition wires. Two ten mm nuts hold the wires on Remove the nuts and pop of the wires....the plugs are in those 4 holes
the spark plugs are located in the front of the engine and rear, just follow the spark plug wires and you will find the spark plugs
check spark plugs and wires
The spark plugs along with the plug wires are hidden very well... The spark plugs are located under the log plastic strip on top of the valve cover.
we need help! how do you change spark plugs and wires on a 2001 toyta camery
A diesel engine doesn't have spark plugs or spark plug wires.
No, not unless your connect the plug wires wrong or one of the new spark plugs was bad.
There are no spark plug wires, this is a coil on plug system. The spark plugs are under the coils that bolt to the middle of the valve covers.There are no spark plug wires, this is a coil on plug system. The spark plugs are under the coils that bolt to the middle of the valve covers.
Holy crap! Do you see 4 wires on each side of the engine that seem to just go right into the engine? Those are spark plug wires, and the spark plugs are at the end of them bolted into the manifold. If you have a diesel engine, you don't have spark plugs.
The exat location of the spark plugs depends on whether you have a 3.0 DOHC 24 valve engine or a 3.0 OHV 12 valve engine. Follow the spark plug wires, which are the large grey colored electrical wires you see near the top of the engine. They will lead you right to the spark plugs.
hello the spark plugs are ressed into the valve covers follow the wires from the ignition coil packs. thx
In the engine... If it is a a straight six. They run in a row. follow the spark plugs wires to them.
The spark plugs are under the plug wires in the middle of the valve cover.
Under the spark plug wires in the cylinder head, on top of the engine.
No it is probably ur spark plugs or spark plug wires, that electric distributor or coil No it is probably ur spark plugs or spark plug wires, that electric distributor or coil
those particular wires and plugs are located in the engine compartment under the hood of that Lincoln the spark plugs are located on both sides of the engine block about half way down the wires are connected to the spark plugs and then run all the way to the coil/distributer whatever that particular model has good luck
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plugs wires and boots and remove the spark plugs. Put in the spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
follow the spark wires. four on each side of engine. they go right to the plugs.
typical reason for a engine misfire is fouled or worn spark plugs, or faulty wires. Spark plugs should be changed Every 30,000 miles in a 92 saturn. Wires should be done around every 60,000. If you havent done a basic tune up in the past 30K miles, i would start there. its basic maintenance.
you are not getting spark. this could be from a bad alternator, bad spark plugs, bad spark plug wires, or bad engine coils. The spark plugs and wires are the cheapest so try putting in new ones of those first.
Under the cover where the spark plug wires go into on top of the engine.