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This is a discussion on spark plugs within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; whats the professional install time on spark plugs for an sti?...

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    whats the professional install time on spark plugs for an sti?

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    1-2 hrs labor.

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    1-2 hours is right, but what is the deal with the spark plugs in such an inconvenient spot? If Subaru had moved them up like 1/2 inch on 04/05s it would be much easier to get at. I'm fully capable of changing plugs in other cars but I don't think I ever want to change Subaru plugs again, what a pain in the a$$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianha42 View Post
    1-2 hours is right, but what is the deal with the spark plugs in such an inconvenient spot? If Subaru had moved them up like 1/2 inch on 04/05s it would be much easier to get at. I'm fully capable of changing plugs in other cars but I don't think I ever want to change Subaru plugs again, what a pain in the a$$.
    You could always pop the 2 14mm's off the motor mounts and jack the engine up a tad...Personally I would much rather replace plugs on the H6 rather than any current boosted boxer...

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    I've done them numerous times on numerous WRX's and STi's, and can do it in about 15 minutes. Do it enough, and you'll find the fastest way to do anything.

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    the above 2 posts def know what they're talking about! i didn't think to lift the motor but that sounds like the way to go. =D
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianha42 View Post
    1-2 hours is right, but what is the deal with the spark plugs in such an inconvenient spot? If Subaru had moved them up like 1/2 inch on 04/05s it would be much easier to get at. I'm fully capable of changing plugs in other cars but I don't think I ever want to change Subaru plugs again, what a pain in the a$$.
    Thankfully for the 2010 EZ36's the plugs dont look bad at all.. it looks as though they have given you considerablely more room between the valve covers and "frame rails"....

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