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Spark Plugs - How to

Discussion in 'Leon Mk1 (2000-2006)' started by s5luf, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. s5luf

    s5luf Active Member

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    Hi all

    I just brought some Denso Iridium spark plugs, for my Cupra R.

    I had a look at fitting them the weekend, i can see two coilpacks, but the other two are cover up. Tried to find a guide on how to, but couldn't find one.

    Please can anyone help?

    Cheers

    Craig
     
  2. oedwards

    oedwards Full Member

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    All of those tubes/wires either plug/clip in. If you are care full, remember where they came from and don’t rip it apart (worth taking a photo from you your mobile) it is fairly easy to take off and put back.
     
  3. dainott2105

    dainott2105 mk1 Cupra and mk2 FR TDI

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    Im going for DENSO IRIDIUM IK22 for my cupra. want the 22's cos been told that for approx every 50 BHP (fitted a full miltek system last week and rema in a few weeks :)) you increase you should should move to the colder rated plug and the IK20's are for standard 1.8t. Am i about right or talking rubbish lol?

    PS anyone know whats the best price about for these at the mo. Cheapest i have found is £35 delivered for a set of 4. Ok i thought
     

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