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    noob question

    i have a quick noob question, where are the spark plugs lol, are they under the valve cover?



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    they are under your seats. you have to flip over your driver seat..



    just kidding

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    You have over 200 posts and don't know where the spark plugs are? :lol :lol :lol
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    Spark Plugs

    Hello,

    Don't mean to sound like an ass, but have you tried tracing the wires to their endpoints from the distributor to the plugs? If your engine works, most likely you will find that these wires are attached to the plugs. Try that, or go ahead and look in the manual.

    Again, I am not trying to be sarcastic in any way. (Well, maybe just a little )

    Hope I helped.

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    Hah! You got told. They're down there on the front side of the engine. Trace the wires, you'll find em.

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    here are some picts I am sure one of them has a plug close up
    www.geocities.com/geezpict/eng1/eng1project.html

    Look at the second pic right above the header where the black wires go.

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    hey starter, how'd you do your intake? custom made?
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    just be careful... if it's your first time removing the spark plugs, they may be stuck to the point that the plug will break off.
    Also make sure you install the plugs by hand before using the ratchet to tighten them down. and don't over tighten the plugs or you'll strip the aluminum threads.
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    Originally posted by maka_RTH
    hey starter, how'd you do your intake? custom made?
    The intake is a 92 AEM civic intake I like it a lot because it comes with 3 holes 2 grommits and 2 plugs so anyone with a 86-89 accord can use it. I cut about 4 inches off the end

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