How to change SPARK PLUGS (NGK Iridium)
I go over the basics of changing out spark plugs. It's a simple and
straight forward job you can do yourself!
*Note, some vehicles require more dis-assembly before the spark plugs can
be accessed (transversely mounted V6/V8 motors) consult a service manual
before starting the job.
Products used: NGK Iridium spark plugs & Lubro Moly anti-seize compound.
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Solving Engine Performance Issues (Part 1) - EricTheCarGuy
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See Part 2
Leak down testing
I get a lot of questions via email and over at the forum about the steps to
take when you encounter a performance issue like my Subaru's hesitation
issue and I often feel like I sound like a broken record when I cover the
basic steps that I cover when encountering a situation like that. My main
point here is that if you have a performance problem and you're going to
throw parts at the problem start with the basics before you to off and
start replacing sensors that you suspect are a problem, if you don't have
evidence of a faulty sensor then don't start there start with the simple
tune up items and check for vacuum leaks and air leaks as I've shown here
and I believe you'll have better results and save yourself some money in
the process. In short the rule of KISS applies, Keep It Simple Stupid.
If you have questions about your own engine performance issues head over to
my website and either ask the search function or ask the forum, we'd be
happy to help.
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