You can count the number of spark plugs. A four-cylinder engine will have two spark plugs on each side of the engine. A six-cylinder engine will have three spark plugs on each side of the engine.
Removing the spark plugs and finding the spark plugs soaked with gasoline. Also the engine oil may have a strong odor of gasoline.
When changing spark plugs it is important to know their location under the hood of the car. For a Toyota Rav4 the spark plugs are under the engine cover that has the car symbol on it.
It is important to know how the engine of a car works. In a car, the spark plug cables connect to the vehicles spark plugs.
It is important to know the location of the spark plugs while owning a car. In a 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX there are spark plugs near the bottom of the engine block on each side of the car.
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need to know what engine size and year 3.5L 2006
Have it checked for codes, then you will know the answer.
Need to know what size engine.
Personally, If you do not know how many spark plugs your motorcycle uses, you probably don't need to be riding it. My feelings aside, the Suzuki GSX-R 750(as well as all models in the GSX-R family, the Yamaha R1, R6, the Honda CBR family, and the kawasaki zx/zzr family) are Inline 4 -cylinder engines(I-4). As with any engine, you need one spark plug per cylinder. Since you have an I-4, you would need 4 spark plugs. If you have a V-twin or a parallel twin, you need 2 spark plugs. If you have a single cylinder engine(scooters, most dirtbikes or any other very small cc engine), you only need one cylinder. You will also need to make sure you buy the proper spark plug, and GAP THE SPARK PLUG TO THE CORRECT GAP!!!! I do not know the gap off the top of my head, but you should be able to find it in your owners manual, or do some searching online.
It is important for the car owner to know the location of all the car parts. The spark plugs of a 2004 Isuzu Rodeo are located on each side the of engine.
i know if you have the 5.4L V8 you will have coil packs. not spark plugs
spark plugs are located in the side of the head you remove them with a spark plug socket tip for you if you dont know where spark plugs are or how to remove them, i would get someone that does know, to do it or at least show you
Connect a known good spark plug to a spark plug wire and ground the threads to the engine while cranking. If there's spark to the electrode you know the coil is good and it's sending current through the wire.
Every Tracer I know of has spark-plugs unless you have a diesel engine from overseas. Please check with a knowledgeable mechanic.
Have it checked for codes with a scan tool.
Poor performance, hesitation and rough idle could be signs of worn out spark plugs.
You should replace the spark plugs when your car won't start first time but does eventually.
spark plug gap is 0.43 inch Spark plugs normally come preset as Gap .044
If you have a factory, unmodified engine, then you can just look up the engine type to get the right spark plug. For a modified engine, you'll need to make sure the spark plug fits in terms of length, width, shape and heat range. You can also pick up a Chilton manual for their specific make, model and year of car and find out exactly what spark plugs to purchase.
You have to know or find out the firing order of your engine. The distributor rotor goes around in circler and fires at each wire in order at the cap. BUT the spark plugs don't ignite each cylinder in numerical order since that would cause a lot of unbalanced strain on the engine.
It can be complicacated since on some models the spark plugs are difficult to get to but I would recommend to find the spark plugs first and then double check to make sure you know where they are.
Don't know what year you have but on a 02 S10 4.3L engine it is located on the drivers side of the engine between spark plugs #3 & #5.
You need to tell what year, size of engine. If you don't know where the spark plugs are you should'NT be working on your vehicle. You need to have someone show you the basics like if you have an engine with aluminum heads you need to take the plugs out when the engine has cooled down or you could strip the threads out of the spark plug holes. That could be very expensive.
if you don't know where plugs are,,,you shouldn't be touching them