[DML] Re: Spark plug replacement
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[DML] Re: Spark plug replacement

Actually you can get to all of the plugs except the one in the front,
left side. You have to remove (or at least move) the idle motor to get
at it. It is a lot easier to do with the intake manifold removed but
it is not required. You do have to remove the air cleaner. If the
ignition wires are old they should be replaced, pulling on them could
damage them, especially if they are old. You will need a long
extention, the plugs are quite deep in the wells. Try to gap all of
the plugs as closely as possible so the engine will run smoothly. Use
Never-Seize on the threads when you install the new ones.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, aod80@... wrote:
> I was wondering if there is an quick/easy way to get to the spark
plugs to replace them, because when I looked at them, some of them are
buried quite deep in the engine.  Any help and comments are appreciated.
> Adrian
> 10674

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