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Old 04-02-2011, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default 3.6 spark plug change?

Is there any tricks or special tools needed to change the spark plugs on our 07 Q7 3.6?
Its got 92K on it now and not running as smooth as it once did.
Is this something that isn't too big of a deal to do?

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I'm curious about this as well, though I'd imagine it's fairly straightforward. Thinking about tackling this somewhere in the next few weekends..
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Is there any tricks or special tools needed to change the spark plugs on our 07 Q7 3.6?
Its got 92K on it now and not running as smooth as it once did.
Is this something that isn't too big of a deal to do?

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Did any of you guys ever get this done yet?
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I did mine a year ago. Here is a post with the info you may need.


http://forums.audiworld.com/showthread.php?t=2811930
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I just did it two weeks back. Just be patient when you take out the coil packs especially the ones all the way in. I had to be on top of front gril to reach the inside ones. Use the flat screw driver to disconnect coil packs and be patient when you take it out.
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I just did it two weeks back. Just be patient when you take out the coil packs especially the ones all the way in. I had to be on top of front gril to reach the inside ones. Use the flat screw driver to disconnect coil packs and be patient when you take it out.
So you guys just removed the ignition coils right from the top of the Manifold using driver or Coil Remover?

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