Jun 28, 2007- Jag Tune up

The car was running a little rough, so it was time to change plugs and change the coils (each plug has its own coil– what a money maker!) so I took the cover off,
 then removed the coil cover on the valve cover,
 to expose the coils.
 They are held on by a screw and each has a plug that needs to be demated.
 This is what the coil looks like-
 and this is what a bad coil looks like (notice the oil residue where the coil failed).

The left side was fun- it took me 2 hours to change 4 plugs because of the great access I had- who thinks up this crap!?

Cleaned up the engine once I was finished,

and yes Dusty, I am a pimp!
 I’ll have to take a pic when she is all detailed out (yeah, I do that too– no time today, though).


About John Sep

Former Space Shuttle aerospace technician and private pilot now looking towards the next great adventure. Soon to be heading home from my overseas assignment! Transfered my blog from MySpace to here so check my older stuff for info and pictures from my days in space shuttle processing- lots of behind the scenes stuff! He drew pics, flew planes, fought fires and helped launch people into space - what will he do next?
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6 Responses to Jun 28, 2007- Jag Tune up

  1. cool work, love your layout, suits the blog well 🙂

    • jcabsep says:

      Thanks! I’m about 3/4 of the way done with my blog transfer and have great shots and info of my last couple of years at Kennedy Space Center. Can’t wait until I’m done!

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  4. Nelda Arnold says:

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