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How to Change Spark Plugs

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jslipher

I have a Monsoon 350 and believe I need to change my spark plugs. Is there a place to go to see how to do this on this engine? Where are they located, under the metal cover? What type of plugs do I need and where can I buy them? Thanks!

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joshuadale07

If you don't know how to change spark plugs, there isn't much you should be doing to the motor period. But if you want to attemp it. Follow the spark plug wires from the top of the motor (distributor cap) to where they end. Pull em firmly straight away from the motor and you will see the spark plug. There is 8, 4 on each side. Unscrew with 5/16" spark plug socket, replace with ngk tr5 spark plugs, and reinsert spark plug wire. Do one at a time so you don't get firing order wrong. The wire is assigned to that plug/cylinder

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RTS

Follow the spark plug wires from the top of the motor (distributor cap) to where they end. Pull em firmly straight away from the motor and you will see the spark plug.

And for what it's worth, the distributor is the thing that looks like an octopus...except it has 9 wires coming out of it instead of 8 legs. Don't mess with the leg (wire) in the middle.

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Stevo

I don't know what it is off hand but you will want to know the proper gaping for the plug

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joshuadale07

I believe it's 0.045

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grandude

What makes you think you need to change spark plugs ?? What are the symptoms ??

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Michigan boarder

You probably need a new cap & rotor before the plugs need changing.

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