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OK Im most likely a dumbass but here it goes. I rerelocated all spark plugs and also wires to relocation but didnt index which wire goes to which cylindar. Any info to aid me put ago together? First time doing this and also figured it was simple yet finding my absence of information has haulted the project.
The coil load has actually 1-6 labeled on it and the number one cylinder is the one many forward on the engine, #2 is the one opposite of #1 and also so forth.1, 3, 5 are on one side of the motor and also 2, 4, 6 are on the other.
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the coil fill and the majority of aftersector at OEM wires are labeled.as over mentioned1,3,5 front to back2,4,6 front to backI think 1 is on driver side. not specific and also cant go out to look. lolI adjusted mine around 70k. I obtained it at 68k so I attempt and adjust out things for tune up and fluids so I recognize as soon as they are done.
Thanks guys! I had actually 2 misfire codes so I chose to replace all plugs and wires. Now I deserve to put the wires ago on correctly! Back to the garage!
Thanks guys! I had actually 2 misfire codes so I chose to replace all plugs and wires. Now I can put the wires earlier on correctly! Back to the garage!
For the 3.8L engine...1, 3, 5, are on the ideal side, front to back, looking at the engine from the driver"s seat.2, 4, 6, are on the left side, front to back, looking at the engine from the driver"s seat.The firing order is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.However, the plugs are fired in pairs: 1 & 4; 2 & 5; 3 & 6.In each situation, the cylinder that is not on the compression stroke sees a "wasted spark" on its exhaust stroke.
is there a diagram of the spark plugs or just how to readjust them? I likewise am a newby and desire to adjust them. Please provide me some direction
Do a google search for "Jeep JK spark plug change".. provides you web links to write-ups on various other sites. Pretty simple to do. You will need a 5/8" spark plug removal socket and a long ratchet expansion and also a swiveling socket adapter to get to some of them.If you are replacing the wires, be careful with the plastic wire manager tabs, they break quickly. Also number and change the brand-new wire lengths as you remove the old wires one at a time.Takes an hour tops... Good luck!
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Just did this 3 weeks back. Used Champion S3RE14PLP5/RE14PLP5 Double Platinum plugs and reinserted the wires via a brand-new collection (MOPAR 68017712AC).- Gapped all plugs to .050- Applied little amount of dielectrical grease inside all brand-new boots with a cotton swab- Removed the flare on the passenger side (you should do this to have much better accessibility the plugs on that side)- Reinserted one plug/wire at a time making use of a 5/8" plug removal socket and also a 10"" extension wbelow neededI rerelocated the top wire manager and also chose not to put it ago.Diagram (from www.fixkick.com):
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oops.will be doing aget soon. little bit much less miles this time.
Haha I have actually 140k on among my jK"s original plugs I pull them eincredibly 50k and clean via a wire brush and hit Em with a little 2000 grit sandpaper to make them favor new aget and also it runs as good as day one via 78 miles when I got it plugs will last a long time if correctly cleaned done this to many type of vehicles not simply jeeps and also it functions for example I have actually I a 92 chevy pickup through 285k on the clock original plugs runs excellent wires are a different story I relocation once they start to feel soft and flimsy not message book by any type of indicates yet it works
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