Try retracing your steps. Check everywhere you were touching things, perhaps you accidentally knocked a vacuum hose loose. If the plugs can be adjusted, make sure they're gapped properly. If you have a voltmeter i'd check the resistance of the plug wires to make sure they're ok. Acceptable resistance of the plug wires vary from car to car. But obviously, the lower the better. It may be possible that you got the firing order wrong when you hooked up the wires, here is a site that will give you that order: http://brothersperformance.com/technotes/tuneup/firing-order.php
No you do not need to replace any plugs at all when replacing wires.
at the end of those black wires.....
yes it can
Yes, particularly if they are old and cracked. New wires will deliver a better spark to the plugs. FriPilot
Changing spark plugs is pretty simple. Disconnect the battery, remove the wires to the spark plugs from their location, remove the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, plug the cables to the right spark plug and reconnect the battery.
Wires and plugs constitute a tune-up. DO NOT gap the plugs, it will ruin the platinum coating.
The main reason a car misfires is because the spark plug wires are not installed correctly. Check the car's firing order to ensure the spark plug wires running from the distributor cap to the spark plugs (in the cylinders) are in the right order. One or more spark plugs could be damaged or worn so the firing order is correct, but the spark plugs are not sparking into the spark plug wires to ignite the engine.
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.
No. There is nothing involved in changing plugs that requires or draws electrical current.
try changing the spark plug wires also
they could be bad spark plugs as in not a very good brand. or maybe you didn't put the wires back on the right spark plug.
one of your wires is most likely loose so check that and if that isn't it make sure your spark plugs are tight
You will see wires right on top of the motor. You can easily follow these wires to the spark plugs.
You probably mixed up the firing order.
When changing the spark plugs on a 2006 Toyota Tacoma make sure the vehicle is off. Use a spark plug socket and pull the spark plug wires. Remove the old spark plugs and properly space and install the new parts.
Spark plugs and wires
I would replace the spark plugs after 50K, the wires and plugs again at 100K.
Pull the spark plug wires off the spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs with a spark plug socket. Install the new spark plugs and put the spark plug wires back on. I recomend replacing the spark plug wires as well. If replacing them, just remember that the new wires are hooked up the same ways that the old ones came off.
Change the spark plugs and wires... Change the spark plugs and wires...
Spark plugs, air filter, wires ( if equipped ).Spark plugs, air filter, wires ( if equipped ).
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug wires and boots, and remove the old spark plugs. Toss out the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
Bad spark plugs, spark plugs wires, etc.
It depends on the condition of the wires currently in use. If they are cracked or frayed, by all means, replace them. start the moter at night or in the dark and wach for sparks betwen wires
check the distributer or change the spark plug wires and spark plugs this happened to my try changing the moguel
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