It would empty the block of coolant in no time flat. Hope others will find this post useful. I would just use Peak or Prestone. Turn the ring counter-clockwise and pull it out of the socket and set it aside. The intake does, obviously, have a gasket but it is rubber and fits into a rail. Spark plugs get fouled when they collect grime that keeps them from sparking and igniting the fuel. I am wondering if Alldata is a good investment? What's is the original plug manufacturer? Avoid the vids of Chargers with the 3.
Mar 02, 2015 Do you have any codes? Good Luck I know this is alot of info at once. I wouldn't go much beyond that though without changing it. Here is my completed write up. Questions I have: - When draining it's suggested to remove cylinder drain plugs. Step 9 - Unclip electrical connector from coil.
If it is too large, gently tap the side electrode to decrease the gap and measure with the gauge. This included the platinum plugs. It is imperative that all vehicle repair work be done as soon as an issue is noticed so that it does not compound and turn in to a bigger issue. Good luck and let me know, i'd be happy to help. The other videos I could see had zero useful information.
Oct 30, 2013 If you are taking the car to the garage or a mechanic, mark the oil filter before leaving home to make sure the filter is changed. You can flush the block with tap water, but use your judgement here. Just search on youtube for a how-to video. Which brand of timing belt did you use? Air filter box you have one bolt connecting it to the power steering reservoir and clamp on the hose. Only issue I had was installing the new plugs and getting my spark plug socket back out of the tube.
For better performance, higher compression, getting more out of less. A deep socket really doesn't fit. I also want to advise anyone reading this to not waste their money on purchasing an Alldata subscription. Any help offered would be appreciated. I was able to fix the problem by removing the bulbs and cleaning the sockets allowing the bulbs to seat correctly. I'm going to post on the other thread about the timing belt. Slide the gauge into the gap between the tip of the center electrode and the side electrode hanging over the top.
The check engine light came on giving code P0305, cyl. Congratulations on the 100k milestone! If that's not a fix, start pulling plugs. I remember having to do this on the old 2. Check to make sure that your plug wires haven't been crossed. I will put them up on google drive and link to them. Torque it to the specs provided by the spark plug manufacturer. You always want to protect your investment in your vehicle and that means that you need to make sure that all work performed is done in the right manner the very first time.
Remove the nuts and rotate the clamps out of the way. I removed the timing belt and changed the water pump. If so, then change the plugs. The check engine light comes on to let you know when the spark plugs should be replaced. The 3rd hose is on the backside of the passenger side. Old plugs were definitely eroded down, so it was a good idea to change them when I did.
Looks like you have the right one. This vehicle will set a misfire code if injector is not functioning efficiently or bad. If you need a step by step, just ask me and i can help you out. If the gap is too small, slide the gauge into the gap at a smaller size and gradually move it up. The valve spring tension is likely the culprit. One of the vacuum hoses was super tight on the intake manifold and I ended up removing it from the other end. I would bet the beverage of your choice that it is a spark plug or spark plug wire.