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Removing The Spark Plugs From A Giulia/Stelvio 2.9 Quadrifoglio


You will need a thin walled 14mm spark plug socket for this task, Snap-on supply a 12 point one, their part number is S9714MK.

Spark plug 670050892

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Unclip the air box outlet pipes on both sides.

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Disconnect the two breather hoses on both sides.

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Separate the two rubber concertinas to the air housing box.

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Remove the plastic engine cover.

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Unclip the coolant tank return hose at the top right corner (facing the engine).

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Remove the air housing box.

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Slide back the yellow locking tab on the coil packs and unplug.

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Undo the 5mm Allen bolts on the coil packs and remove the coil packs.

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The spark plugs are at the bottom of a long tube which tapers two thirds down.

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Undo the spark plugs using a thin walled 14mm socket...

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....and extract the plugs.

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