2009 honda accord spark plug replacement




2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

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    I have an 08 Accord and my 3rd and 4th spark plugs are shot! Take off engine cover, remove coil packs, insert spark plug remover socket, unscrew, remove, insert new, screw in, put CBP Honda Accord V6 6 Speed.

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    You said money is tight but don't cheap out on plugs. I drive a lot for work. For more slack to move the spark plug connector out of the way, simply pop the spark plug wire out of the closest plastic loom. Money is pretty tight and i was hoping to do it myself. Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the plug threads, screw the plugs into the cylinder head, finger-tight.

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

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    Vendors Accessories Dealers and Shops. Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2. Good Afternoon- I have an 08 Accord and my 3rd and 4th spark plugs are shot! Money is pretty tight and i was hoping to do it myself. I couldn't find anything that gives a how to and I was hoping someone on here could either point me in the right direction or give me a how to. Share Share this post on Digg Del. Take off engine cover, remove coil packs, insert spark plug remover socket, unscrew, remove, insert new, screw in, put back coil pack and engien cover.

    You currently have 0 posts. L's TLS is offline. Who told you they are shot? Did you do something to kill them? How many miles on the car? Spark plugs are supposed to last K miles so if you are within warranty and you didn't do anything to kill the plugs, take the car to the dealer for warranty work.

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    I have about k on my car. I drive a lot for work. I took it into the shop and they said it was the spark plugs. The car wouldnt accelerate and kept bucking. I had a similar problem with another vehicle and it too was the spark plugs. The shop i took the car to said the 3rd and the 4th were misfiring. Said i also could use another battery.

    Like i mentioned, my money is very tight at the moment so I was planning on taking care of the spark plugs and then work on the battery. If i can do it myself it would make a world of difference!! Thanks everyone for the quick responses!!! Originally Posted by wendieaccord View Post. Check youtube for a video on how to do it.

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    As mentioned above you will need to make sure you use the ngk iridium plugs. You said money is tight but don't cheap out on plugs. Make sure to change all 4 and not just the ones that are shot. If you have an I4 then it's much easier than the V6 since you don't have to reach around the back. The youtube videos might not show you how to remove the coil packs specifically but you will get the general idea.

    You will need a hex key for the bolts on the coil packs. This thread is a DIY for a 7th gen 4 cylinder. Assuming you are talking about a 4 cylinder; although you didn't state 4 or 6. Remove the cover, 4 bolts. Disconnect the ignition coil electrical connectors. Remove the 4 bolts holding the ignition coils.

    Remove coil and then remove spark plug. For iridium plugs, do not adjust the gap of iridium tip plugs. Apply a small amount of anti-seize compound to the plug threads, screw the plugs into the cylinder head, finger-tight. Torque to 18 N-m 1. Reinstall everything else in reverse order. Important note, since your working with aluminum head. You don't want to pull threads in removing plugs because of deposits on plug thread end. Im going to review the video and as soon as it stops raining here I'm going to give it a try.

    2009 honda accord spark plug replacement

    Wish me luck Ill keep you updated! I'd also add you should wait until the engine is completely cool to remove them as aluminum gets soft when it's hot and as been stated by other posts you do NOT want to over tighten the plugs or risk damaging the threads. If you can do the job on a morning after the car has been sitting in the garage all night that would be best. May - Present: Originally Posted by fastball View Post.

    When I worked in shop you don't have the time to do either much. Two main things you "don't" do with aluminum head. When removing if any resistance is felt back off and spray some penetrating oil down to free threads. You can really mess up head if not careful , On installing most aluminum heads the plugs are around 15 ft-lb torque , with Honda I think spec is 13 ft-lb's. So go easy there its not really very tight. Also when first putting plugs back in I find a small length of fuel hose works great threading the plug in by hand, much more control than using socket.

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