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this may sound stupid but how exactly do u change the spark plugs on our cars?? i see u may have to take the throttle body off or w/e u call it... if i took this off do i need a new gasket?? so confused, the haynes repair manual is useless (like always)
 

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nah no gaskets, it's easy. Just take off the 3000 pipe, coipack and throttle linkage so you have access to all the plugs. Unless you have N/A...
 

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It's just attached by rubber couplers and a few bolts, no gaskets (if you're turbo).

If you're NA, the throttle body is attached by four bolts to the intake manifold. No gasket needed inbetween the throttle body and intake manifold.

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yup i should be there.. btw thanx for the replies.. i'll change the plugs later tonight then
 

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Fozbo said:
It's just attached by rubber couplers and a few bolts, no gaskets (if you're turbo).

If you're NA, the throttle body is attached by four bolts to the intake manifold. No gasket needed inbetween the throttle body and intake manifold.

Edit: this will help you greatly (bookmark it :) ): Online TSRM
there IS a gasket there, it just probley won't need to be replaced
 
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