Monday, January 31, 2011
1. To start off, the negative battery terminal is the first to be removed, you don't want to be electrocuted.
2. Next the spark plug wires are removed from each slot (be careful not to get them mixed) using a spark plug tool.
3. The new spark plugs are then replaced, the spark plug wires are placed in their corresponding slot. 4. The negative battery terminal is then reconnected.
Depending on the condition of the spark plug, replacing a spark plug will give a stronger spark, increased efficiency, better fuel economy and more power. On the plus side they do not have to be removed so often like a oil filter but are a bit pricey if you're looking quality. Please click on my ads to help me add more content for my readers.