Just need a deep spark plug (5/8") socket. If you have a manual check the gap setting. You'll need a gap tool, which are like a buck or two up at any auto parts place. They might know the gap setting as well. If you want to be technical there's a torque setting for the plugs as well, you would need a torque wrench for that, but most people go by feel. You could also just let a shop do it for a minimal fee.
I was actually looking for the best way to get at the plugs in the back.from top or bottom ? What might need to come off if anything not what tools to use.come on man.lol
I was looking for procedures for rear plugs such as is it best from top or bottom is there anything i may need to remove. The car is not here i wanted to be prepared when i got there. I know what tools i need to change a spark plug...but thanks anyways
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