There arent any. There arent any. There arent any.
Ummm..yes! 4 of them
the factory plugs gap is 0.028" - 0.032".
spark plugs for vehicles with electronic ignition come pre gapped when purchased .044
driver side, underneath those spark plugs wires you should see a orange plug, pull it out all the way.
thermostat is located where the lower hose conects to the engine
in the heads
spark plugs are near the battery.
this could be valve stem seals or oil control ring,s
Screwed into the cylinder head.
The spark plugs are located straight down through the valve cover, at the end of the spark plug wire. 5/8 inch socket to remove them, you will also need an extention and it is a good idia to tape the socket and extention together or the socket will get stuck down in the valve cover, hope this helps
they should ALL be on top
I have had the best luck using NGK. Obtain proper plug number and gap from owners manual.
with a 10mm socket remove the two ignition coils and the two spark plug wires, using a 5/8 spark plug socket and one long extension and a ratchet remove the spark plugs and install the new ones
A spark plug for a 2003 Mazda Protege has a 14 mm thread size, and a 19 mm reach. The gap is 1.1 mm.
2000 Mazda Protege 1.6L MFI DOHC 4cylThe Spark Plug Gap.044 (In thousandths of an inch)
The Mazda 5 does not have glow plugs. Maybe you meant spark plugs?
Might want to check the secondary ignition system. That is everything from the coil(s) to the spark plugs.
If you need to ask this question I would recommend getting the plugs done at a mechanic.
The spark plugs are located at the top of the engine block. Two have Plug Wires going to them the the other two have the coil already attached to it. These can be remove with a 10mm socket. Gently pull up on the plug wires as to not break the connection from the wire to the Plug Wire socket. Hope this helps.
there is six spark plugs
on top of the engine there will be four rubber plugs. two of which will be directly connected to the electrical which will only take a 10 mm socket if i remember right. just pull out the plugs and take a look inside and you should see the spark plugs.
On top of the cylinder head