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Hello, everyone! This time we are back in the shop to get some serious work done. Spark plugs are an essential part of any working combustion engine, but like everything, over the time they wear out. Luckily, they are among the easiest parts to replace in any given engine as long as you have the right tools.

In our new video, our tech expert Greg will guide you through the step-by-step process of how to change spark plugs and keep your Nissan Xterra running smoothly.

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Thanks for making this video!

This is the same as the X having done it a dozen times. I would recommend disconnecting the negative battery terminal and then unplugging the throttle control harness instead of removing the throttle control from the intake. Make sure everything is buttoned back up before restoring the negative battery terminal and the ECU shouldn't know the difference.

And damn that rust on the intake manifold bolts. Good thing I live in PNW!
 
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