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Removing The Coil Pack, Spark Plug & Air Filter On A MiTo 0.9 Turbo

With only two spark plugs to be had it's half the work. Air filter 51881024, coil pack 55234131 and spark plug 55242187

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Undo the x2 10mm bolts to the engine cover.

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Unclip the turbo intake hose.

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Pull the cover forward to release the rear bung then up and backwards.

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Undo the x6 7mm screws underneath the engine cover...

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....then lift the lid off and take out the air filter.

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To replace the coil pack undo the 10mm bolt.

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Pull the yellow locking clip outwards...

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....then disconnect the connector...

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...and pull off of the spark plug.

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To undo the spark plug use a deep 16mm socket.

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Extract the plug with a magnetic rod.

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