How to Replace the Spark Plugs in a 2004 Four-Cylinder Honda Accord?

Answer Honda recommends that you replace the spark plugs in a 2004 four-cylinder Honda Accord every 100,000 miles. Over time, the spark plugs get dirty or worn, and produce less of a spark. This can lead ... Read More »

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Instructions for Changing the Spark Plugs on a 2004 Tacoma Four Cylinder?

The Tacoma itself is only 16 years old (as of 2011), but its roots go way back to 1964, when Toyota released the Scout in the U.S. The Scout lasted only until 1967, and in 1969, Toyota released the... Read More »

How to Install Spark Plugs in a 2004 Honda Accord?

Spark plugs are integral parts of any car engine, because they produce the spark necessary for combustion and remove heat from the combustion chamber. Spark plugs endure extreme heat as well as hig... Read More »

How to Find the Spark Plugs in a 2006 Honda Accord 4 Cylinder?

In 2003, Honda completely changed the Accord, making it larger and giving it a rounder body design. This body style lasted through the 2007 model year, as Honda redesigned the Accord again in 2008.... Read More »

How to Replace the Spark Plugs on a 2002 Four-Cylinder Santa Fe?

The 2002 four-cylinder Santa Fe uses spark plugs to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber. The power distributor sends an electrical charge through the spark plug wires to the plugs that sit do... Read More »