how to replace spark plug wires on 2003 mitsubishi diamante?

Asked by Feb 08, 2010 at 05:21 PM about the 2003 Mitsubishi Diamante 4 Dr LS Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm trying to find out what it will intale to replace the spark plug wires on my 2003 mitsubishi diamante its a 6 cylinder and everyone keeps telling me how difficult it is to get to the back 3... one mechanic even told me that they are wrapped around other electical cables and that they didn't want to mess with it and accidentally mess something else up... PLEASE HELP!

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The upper intake manifold needs to be removed - A lay person its a 2 hour job for the back 3 to route them properly Good Luck

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I usually do all my own work on vehicles but after finding out what Mike described I decided to just take it in. It isn't just removing the intake. There are all sorts of little brackets and things also connected to it.

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mikes right the intake manifold has to come off ( watch your knuckles )

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