Monday, October 8, 2012

2003 A6 Spark Plug Replacement Procedure DIY Guide

This is a super easy project that will make you feel like you’ve done yourself a favor by keeping your money in your wallet while picking up a simple skill. From start to finish should take you under an hour - at most a two-beer job (if you’re thirsty). This was done on my 2003 A6 2.7T. I know the earlier years had coil packs that were bolted in. Not sure what other differences apply. Assemble the instruments of your endeavor. For this task, we’re going to use one flat head and one phillips head screwdriver, a 3/8 inch flex-handle ratchet with 18?. Using the phillips head screwdriver, remove the two screws atop the air intake / scoop. Once the screws are removed, pull forward on the scoop. After removing the scoop, remove the plastic neck by pulling up on the end closest to the airbox (the end will release easily from a clip) and then by sliding the neck rearward and up. Open the clips holding the hoses atop the airbox. There are two of them. Remove the wiring from the clip on the top, fender-side of the airbox. This manual contain step by step procedures complete with illustration.

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