Try these websites http://www.monterosportonline.com/diy-perf2.html http://www.justanswer.com/questions/13zdz-change-spark-plugs-2001-montero
THe spark plugs are buried! IT is one of the frustrating designs of this car! It takes a couple of hours for a trained mechanic to do the work and even longer for the untrained. If you have the work done, get the best, most expensive spark plugs to replace them with. I wnt 60K on my first set and am 30K into my second set.
Replacing spark plugs is pretty simple. Disconnect the battery, remove the cover and cables, remove the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, put the cover and wires back on the spark plugs, and reconnect the battery.
Disconnect the battery cables, remove the spark plug cables and covers, and remove the old spark plugs. Next, put in the new spark plugs, attach the covers and spark plug cables and reconnect the battery cables.
We have a 1995 Mitsubishi Montero (the people that brought your the fighter ZERO) and when it came time for a tune-up we couldn't get the plugs out. The car dealer here charged us over 500 dollars for a tune up and they had to remove the top part of the engine to reach the plugs, hence the large dollar value. We will NEVER own another Mitsubishi again! Good luck:)
There are two MAP Sensors on the Mitsubishi Montero Limited. They are both located on the left side of the engine about six inches apart. Look for a plug with a wire attached that resembles a spark plug wire boot.
95 montero takes 6 plugs
You must remove the entire intake manifold for you to have access on the three spark plugs located underneath it. it is advisable that a qualified Mitsubishi technician should do this.
On the engine head !
I took mine to Tune-Up Masters and I was charged 159.99 because of the extra labor they had to do. On Montero Sports they have to remove the air intake to reach the other spark plugs.
THE INTAKE MANIFOLD MUST BE REMOVED. I WAS QUOTED > $600 TO CHANGE PLUGS. I SOLD MINE, AS IT WAS TIME FOR A TIMING BELT AS WELL. ANOTHER $600.
It is a lengthy process that can be found at http://www.monterosportonline.com/diy-perf2.HTML. you have remove the intake manifold in order to replace the spark plugs or the spark plug wires. It's not a recommended task for unexperianced person.
2002 galant , can't find the spark plugs
NGK platinum plugs
you hve to pull the upper plentium.i just did it to my 02 3.0montero sport.its a pain, but not to bad if you kno wat your doing.
If its the 2.4L GS the spark plugs are located on top of the valve cover. There are 4 rubberish plug wires that are to be pulled out with a tug. 2 of which are bolted with a 10mm nut.
The spark plugs are located on your head for the first three, when you open your hood and you find the metaling (head) that says 24 valve V6, there are 3 plug type things on there, those are the spark plugs, the last three, are under the plenum.
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.
Once on 1-2 year on regular spark plugs. Once every there years on High end spark plugs.
Cost a fortune...down in San Diego, Mits dealer gave me a quote of $450.00 to replace spark plugs and wires. Due to the reasoning that plugs and wires are inaccessible. The said price was quoted today...0430PM/04febCALIF
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.
The 2008 Lancer uses a 4 cylinder engine, therefore it uses 4 spark plugs.
All depends on what kind of spark plugs you have. It could either be 30,000 miles or 150,000 miles.