We remove the ignition coils and candles for replacement, as well as for maintenance

We prepare the car for the task and disconnect the negative battery terminal

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Remove the decorative engine cover

Press the lock of the wire block and disconnect the block from the ignition coil

Removing Mazda 6 spark plugs and coils

To remove the ignition coils of the second and fourth cylinders, you need to remove the supports of the decorative casing

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Unscrew the supports of the decorative casing and remove them

Removing coils and spark plugs from Mazda 6

Unscrew the ignition coil nut and remove the coil

Install the coils in reverse order

Replacement and maintenance of spark plugs

Remove the decorative engine cover and disconnect the negative battery terminal

Remove the ignition coils as described above

We blow out the wells with compressed air to avoid dirt getting into the engine cylinders when unscrewing the candles

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Unscrew the candle and remove it from the candle well

We examine the candle and determine how the cylinder worked by appearance

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With a round probe, check the gap between the electrodes of the candle. It should be 1.25-1.35 mm

If the gap differs from the specified value, adjust it by bending the side electrode

When installing spark plugs, we screw them in first by hand (with a wrench without a knob), and then tighten with a wrench

Spark plug torque 15 Nm