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2002-2003 Nissan Maxima Spark Plugs Replacement Procedure

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good stuff will definatly be able to use this in the summer time
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[quote=NissanTech;25255]2002-2003 Nissan Maxima Spark Plugs Replacement Procedure

Greg,

This one of the most well-documented procedures I have ever read. Iím about to change the plugs on my 2004 Maxima, and will absolutely follow your procedure. I removed the engine cover the other day just to get a leg up on any possible differences between my 2004 verses the 2002 Ė 2003 procedure you recorded. Thus far, there doesnít seem to be much difference. Thank you so much. Excellent Job!

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2002-2003 Nissan Maxima Spark Plugs Replacement Procedure

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Excellent job, very useful, i will save on replacement spark plugs on my nissan maxima 2002
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