Can anyone tell me how I can change the plugs on my 2003 Beetle 1.8L engine, this plastic manifold is in the way of the plugs, I've read advice and factory service manual and they don't make any sense, I wish I could remove the manifold without sawing it off?????????????????????? (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Change spark plugs on 2003 Volkswagen Beetle
by sboatman in Marlin, TX on July 05, 2012
1 answer 1 comment
ANSWER by globalhelper on July 05, 2012
YOU NEED TO REMOVE MANIFOLD TO ACCESS PLUGS THATS THE ONLY WAY SORRY
COMMENT by sboatman on July 05, 2012
THANK YOU for you response, I can't figure out how to get this dam thing out of the way, I have half of everything removed and can't continue with out breaking something, and thanks again your are help from above!
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