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Old 19 Nov 2011, 03:31 pm
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Default I have a 2000 honda accord coupe-ex v6 and i need help?

I 2000 honda accord coupe ex v6 and i decided i wanted to change the spark plugs and i got new spark plugs and i changed them all out correctly and now the car is idling rough and it has no power and the check engine light is blinking. what is wrong? I know i set the plugs correctly
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Old 19 Nov 2011, 03:46 pm
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I bet you placed a couple of HT leads on the wrong plug, also the spark plugs should be set straight out of the box, we have done thousands of services and fitted new plugs straight out of the box.

What you could do is while the engine is running, pull one lead of at a time and see if you have a dip in engine revs, if you don't then that's on the wrong plug, also I'd get some gloves or pliers or something because 15-20,000v doesn't feel too good.
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