It screws into the exhaust and plugs into the electrical harness.It screws into the exhaust and plugs into the electrical harness.
Check that the air filter is not clogged (you can simply remove it to test but do not run without it) and check that there is a spark being delivered to the plugs.
Sounds like you flooded it. Pop the plugs out and let the gas evaporate and try it again.
The exhaust side.
The front exhaust manifold is right in front by the spark plugs. The rear manifold is behind the engine by the spark plugs.
Change your spark plugs!!
what is an exhaust plug, i have worked on all kinds of motors and never heard of an exhaust plug
They are in the heads where the exhaust manifolds are bolted to the heads. The plugs have rubber wires hooked to the ends of them.
Depends on the type of flooding. Hopefully the gas flooded and not the water flooded. If it's flooded by gas try starting it with throttle wide open. If it doesn't work after a while, remove spark plugs and crank engine over for few seconds (remember to watch out for the spark) Install new spark plugs. If the engine is flooded from water, you will have to remove the spark plugs and crank on it for a while till all water comes out. *I have personal experience here* Install spark plugs and attempt to start, if not remove plugs and keep cranking. It may fire for a second or two. Keep removing spark plugs to dry them off and crank some more. Keep this up back and forth for a while, or till engine fires up.
Removing the spark plugs and finding the spark plugs soaked with gasoline. Also the engine oil may have a strong odor of gasoline.
If you have access to a power probe, use a power probe and see if your getting power to at lease going through the wires. Maybe your actually plugs are messed up.
im not getting fire to the spark plugs but the distributor is getting fire what do i do please help
on passenger side under the plugs and exhaust manifold
right around the exhaust manifold
.044 inch according to fordparts.com
each cylinder for the V-8s have two plugs, for better power output and cleaner exhaust.
They are in the sides of the head where the exhaust manifolds are.
The spark plugs are located right under the exhaust manifolds of both sides of the engine. You should just follow the spark plugs wire from the distributer.
plugs, wires, coolant temp sensor, fuel pump
if oil is getting into spark plugs, this indicates that either the valve stem seals need replacing,or the oil rings on pistons are worn and need replacing. if valve stem seals are the problem ,the vehicle will really be blowing a lot of exhaust smoke to the extent sometimes that it will look like a smoke screen behind you
Flooded in the river or flooded by gas? Any "check engine lights"? Full gas pedal depression is the normal way to clear gas flooding or first remove the spark plugs and blow out the excess gas.
According to one of Fords websites : A 1990 Ford Probe , 2.2L four cylinder engine has the spark plugs gapped at : ( .044 inch )
bad plugs or wires i just had this problem to or it could be a leak in the exhaust
It could be the engine or maybe water could have flooded the spark-plugs.
Under passanger's seat. It is a black box with two plugs on opposite sides.