lolthats the engine
That is a turbo engine. Yours won't have the turbo. ;-)thats the engine
I will never use adjustable wrenches on bolts, I hate it when people think they can fix stuff with things like that. I have a full set of Standard American and Metric sockets, with 1/2 drive, 3/8 drive, and 1/4 inch drive. From very small the fairly big, not huge huge sockets but you know. I have a torcs set, a phillips set, and flat head set, deep sockets, wrenches, vice grips, compression tester, and multimeter. So I think I'm pretty much set. I don't have a drill, I think I'll get one soon.How about tools? Don't be the guy using adjustable wrenches on stuff. Do you have a decent set of tools?
The plugs are easy, 2 screws that hold the cap down on the center of the engine. Then a plug socket and righty tighty lefty loosey.
And yes, read the bentley. I have the 9 volume set of factory manuals it was based off of, and from time to time I pick a part of the car and read up on it.