well i picked up a set of new leads and was going to change them over the other day but when i went to do it i saw where the dizzy was and thought ****ing hell how the hell em i going to get to that and the coil.
do u have to remove the air intake manifold or if not how do u do it.
i tryed reaching threw from near the top radiator hose but cant get me hand in or get the leads of the dizzy
all you need is rubber fingers. start with the ones closer to the firewall and work your way anticlockwise. it's the onle way.if you take off the cap, you won't be able to put it back on once all the leads are on. make sure you connect them in proper order so it doesn't missfire when you start it up.
I'm not sure if the dizzy on the EB is in the same place as the EF, but from the sound of your post they must be close!
I took off the ducting from the air box lid through to the throttle body, then drove the car up onto a set of car ramps, If you lie underneath and have someone pass the leads through from up above, its a fairly simple matter to pull the old leads out and replace them, just by feeling your way around.
Should hopefully only take you 10-20 minutes under the car.
took me about 5 mins with the loooong bent long nose pliers...
they are the best way hands down....they are a must with the e series because of the stuff under that bloody cage :)
good for radiator hoses under there too....and some vacuum stuff and electric plugs :D
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