- A 5/8 in spark plug socket complete and a long extension
- A 10 mm socket with a short extension
- A low range torque wrench
- A socket wrench
- Needle nose pliers
- A tool to check the spark gap on the new plugs
- A set of new spark plugs
The new spark plug is then placed into the spark plug socket, and the extension should be turned by hand to get the threads started. When the spark plug is almost completely in, it needs to be tightened to 15 ft lbs with the torque wrench. Should the socket disconnect from its extension and get stuck on the spark plug, it can be pulled off with the needle nose pliers. The coil pack and its 10 mm bolt are then put back into place. The process is then repeated for the other three plugs.