1995-2001 Nissan Maxima: Spark plug replacement
How to remove and replace the spark plugs/coil packs on a 4th/5th gen
This is an updated video to replace the one from a few years ago that was
completely washed out and didn't really cover the subject as well as I
would have liked.
Tools required are a 8mm socket (or phillips head screwdriver), 5/8" plug
socket, extensions, 4mm allen key/bit socket for the front coil cover
bolts, and a 12mm socket for the EVAP CPVCV (if so equipped).
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How To Replace Install Change Spark Plugs 2000-03 Nissan Maxima 3.5L
In this video, 1A Auto shows you how to replace spark plugs on a 3.5L
Nissan Maxima. The 3.5 litre engine is a V6 so you'll need 6 spark plugs.
Often times overdue maintenance can lead to poor engine performance. Check
your owners manual for service intervals for your spark plugs and check out
this video to help you get the job done quickly and easily.