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Replacing The Spark Plugs On A MiTo & Giulietta 1.4 Mulitiair Turbo.






This guide should also apply to the 1.4 Turbo models as well.

Four spark plugs are required 55249868


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Pull the engine cover up and off which is secured by three push fit bungs.

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Undo the 10mm breather rail bolt.

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Undo the four 10mm coil pack bolts.

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Unclip the breather pipe at the left of you,

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and the right.

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Pull the coil packs off of the spark plugs and out of the way.

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Using a 16mm spark plug socket unscrew the spark plugs,

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remove and replace.

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