It's been a looooooooong time since I changed my spark plugs & rather than pay the dealer $150 + $6 per plug, I'm gonna tackle it again.
I've had the standard old Champion plugs (about $1.00 each when I changed them last time) and I thought since they've lasted almost 10 years, I'll give 'em another shot. I grabbed a new set today (about $2.00 each).
I've tried those $10 per plug, fancy 4 prong, big name brand, supposed to be better than everything ever made kinds in other vehicles & they didn't seem to run any better or save any more gas than Champions.
As I remember, the pass side rear plug was evil to get at back then & I'm not looking forward to getting my much more "gravity challenged" body in there again.
Any tips other than take it to the dealer?
I've got a good selection of socket swivels & extensions, so I should be able to get a ratchet somewhere where I can crank on it.
I'll probably shoot each plug with some WD-40 or whatever penetrating spray I can find around the garage a few hours before I begin.
I REALLY don't want to remove the inner fender wells & I don't have an impact wrench with enough ooomph to remove the tires, not to mention I don't have a jack tall enough to reach the pumpkin nor the frame.
Any volunteers wanna help?