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DiabloGTS
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Apr 17, 6:36pm - #157680 
Changing Your Spark Plugs

Please don't post anything till all my pictures are up (last one is a side by side)

1. Gather your Tools.

4 new spark plugs (SK16 for GT, SK20 for GTS)
10 mm socket,
10" extension rod and
16mm (5/8") spark plug socket.

1869941266-newplugs.jpg

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2002 Kawasaki Ninja 250

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Apr 17, 6:37pm - #157681 
Remove the ignition coils. (4 bolts 10 mm, and 4 harnesses)

1869941268-bolts.jpg

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DiabloGTS
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Apr 17, 6:42pm - #157682 
Slide the 10" extension and 16mm (5/8") spark plug socket into the hole, remove the old spark plug.

Insert new spark plug, torque to 13 ft lbs.

Replace coil, 4 bolts and harnesses.

1869941271-coil.jpg

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Apr 17, 6:43pm - #157683 
old plug in the socket

1869941272-oldplug.jpg

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Apr 17, 6:44pm - #157684 
here is the old plug (63K on a GTS) versus a new plug.

Little carbon? laughsilly

The car starts up better, the valve chatter problem I was having is gone, and it revs like a motha now.

Best $60 I ever spent!! wave wave

1869941273-oldvsnew.jpg

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VSGTS14
05 WRB
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2005 Subaru WRX STi

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Apr 17, 7:54pm - #157685 
w000000000t!


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Sultan
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Apr 17, 7:59pm - #157686 
awesome - around when would you recommend swapping them (how many miles)?

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Apr 17, 8:21pm - #157687 
Originally Posted by Sultan
awesome - around when would you recommend swapping them (how many miles)?


It's easy enough (if you have the tools) to take one out an inspect it.

If it looks carbon-crusted, clean it, or replace it.

It takes a lot to clean them and regap them, better to buy pre-gapped new ones wave


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RoMkApOmKa
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Apr 17, 9:06pm - #157688 
Nice! thumbsup I hope Moderators will add it to the Installs section!

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Tru_gts
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2002 Black Toyota Celica
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Frisco
May 28, 3:11pm - #157689 
Thanks for the pics thumbsup


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2002 black Toyota Celica
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May 28, 7:47pm - #157690 
thanks know i can see what to do grin


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00GTShope
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Eastern Ontario, Canada
May 28, 8:05pm - #157691 
sweet, did you just buy toyota plugs or some sort of Performance. I see that your old ones were Denso, does toyota use denso?

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2000 Absolute Red Toyota Celica
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Norman, OK
Jun 2, 8:05pm - #157692 
Also, it's recommended that you put some antiseize on your plugs before you install them to keep them from getting stuck in their sockets from the heat. You can get antiseize from autozone or any auto shop. thumbsup

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Kentucky
Jun 2, 8:22pm - #157693 
toyota's electronic components and such are all made from DENZO-if you notice, look in your engine bay-it's on everything-even on your gauge cluster-it's hidden by the cover.

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