|New spark plug on top, old on bottom.|
|Driver side: battery, mounts, and padding removed.|
|Passenger side: intake, air box, and filters removed.|
|The coil pack screw has a 10mm hex head. The electrical harness has a single clip on the outer side.|
|R-L: ratchet, extender, universal joint, socket|
Once the ignition coils are off, the ports look like this
Use a 14mm socket to unscrew the spark plugs. I didn't have a spark plug socket, so a piece of 3/8" hose works as an extraction tool.
|3/8" ID vinyl tubing fits over the spark plug stem|
Assemble in reverse. When replacing the plugs, apply dielectric grease to the boot of the coil pack and onto the ceramic stem of the plug.
A bit of anti-seize on the spark plug threads will prevent corrosion for the next change.
Torque the new plugs down to 12.5 ft-lbs. The coil pack torques down to 8.9 ft-lbs.
|Ignition coil and spark plug|