the spark plugs on a 106 should be in the top of the engine on earlyer models you should see 4 leads conected to them. a later model may not have ignition leads but a sort of ignition pack on top of the engine. the plugs would be under this.
If it's electronic ignition the plug gap should be 1.1mm you buy spark plugs already sized (NGK BP5ES-11) It depends on what type of spark plugs you are using. For conventional plugs the gap of 1.0 - 1.1 mm (0.039 to 43") is correct. If you are running Platinum plugs, I like to gap at 0.005" extra (0.44 - 0.048"). I get good performance with NGK 7082 Platinum. Cheers Malcolm
The spark plugs are under the large black rubber pieces on the top of the engine, just in front of the intake. Two of the plugs are under the black plastic rectangles (these are the distributors.) when you pull the rubber boot up you will find a 4" post that connects onto the spark plug. Needless to say you will need a spark plug socket, an 11 mm socket, a 4"-6" extension piece and a ratchet. You will only find 2 cables that look like spark plug cables on is about 4" long the other is about 12" long the other 2 plugs come directly out from under the distributors. Good luck!
The black boxes on top of either side of the engine are the "coil over" plugs. Unplug the harness going to it, Remove two screws per coil over, and carefully pull straight out. Then you can access the plugs with a 5/8" spark plug socket and extension. On 5.7 and 6.1 engines there is 2 plugs per cylinder. Just reverse process to install and hand tighten plugs then torque wrench to 11-15ft lbs.
NGK BKR6E-11 are for the 4cyl mx6, they turn out to be the plugs for the ZE as well. These are colder than the DE plugs (NGK BKR5E), which is good in a higher compression engine. also, they are the correct length, where sometimes DE plugs can actually make contact with the piston (as it is taller and flat for high compression)
That will depend on what spark plug brand you are going to use. For Denso K20ru11 or K20TRu11 the gap is already set (.44mm to 1mm). For NGK BKR6E-11 or BKR6ES-11 the gap should be .44 mm to .55 mm. For Champion plugs according to the Hayes Carina Manual it should be 1mm. NOTE: DO NOT adjust the gaps for iridium plugs!!!
if the car is chugging (petrol) it means the combustion is not happening, it would either be problem from the source of electric power to the spark plugs, or the spark plugs itself might be faulty, to diagnose them check if the battery is having good charge at least 11 volts, then check the condenser, point condensers, then spark pulg change whatever is necessary after diagnosing and you are ready to go
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