2011-2017 Honda Odyssey Spark Plug Replacement DIY

2011-2017 Honda Odyssey Spark Plug Replacement DIY

Here’s how to replace the spark plugs on a 2011-2017 odyssey. Make sure you replace the plugs when the engine is cold and DO NOT CROSSTHREAD!
Parts and tools:
Spark plugs: https://amzn.to/2NTtWe3
Anti-seize: https://amzn.to/2CXwc35
Dielectric grease: https://amzn.to/2R4t9Jh
Ratchet: https://amzn.to/2S07eo1
Extension set: https://amzn.to/2q1QcZE
Wobble extension set: https://amzn.to/2R8rUJh



Mike Amend says:

Any point of view on the NGK Iridium IX Spark Plug at $8.49 each versus the NGK Laser Iridium Spark Plug at $21.49 each (so 3x’s the cost)?

Mike Amend says:

How long should this take for 1st time plug change?

Any watch outs – beside engine cold and don’t crossthread plugs?

And thank you for listing out and linking each of the tools and supplies used.

IRATA plumber says:

How often do you change your spark plugs? I have a 2012 that has an intermident rough cold start. It has 130k on it and original plugs.
Just changed the timing belt and serpentine belt. The throttle body is clean and I run injector cleaner through from time to time. Any suggestions?
Thanks for the videos!!

Xengo 19 says:

Thanks a lot!

David Yang says:

Great easy video. I had a check engine light throwing code p0303, cylinder 3 misfire detected on my 2012 Odyssey. I followed your instruction and now it’s free of check engine light and runs good. Great video and keep up the good work. It’s because of this video I had the courage to finally change my first pain in the butt V6 engine in such tight space. Thanks

Kenn Cuevas says:

Thank you so much for the video I saved a lot of money.

BOGDAN S says:

Nice video. Like many here I saved a bunch of money watching your procedure. One tip . For me I had to use a simple 10mm wrench ,instead of the ratchet, for the back coils.

ejt719 says:

You think a wobble extension is really needed? How about a swivel adapter and a 3 inch extension?

Justin Gautier says:

Hey. What’s the firing order. I’m trying to change the second cylinder but can’t seem to find online which is the correct one

Mark Emerson says:

Thank you for sharing! Had a misfire code, changed all the spark plugs and coil pack from cylinder in code just to be safe. Watching the video gave me the confidence to do it, pretty straight forward. Much appreciated!

bdinfl says:

Great video – thanks. My plug threads in front were dull orange, but the back 3 were shiny, maybe slightly moist – is that a potential problem?

bdinfl says:

How important is the flex head? Can it be done with a straight one?

realsdjdjjd says:

My parent has a 2014 elite touring and has 50,000 miles on it, when is a good time to replace the spark plugs?

MTRVCR says:

Absolutely Fantastic! I loved how you did not run on and on with narration… You know your craft! Thank you. 🙂

Tijana Harris Smith says:

Thank you so much for this video!

Ronel Brown says:

Whats the name of the magnet u r using

Eric Aguilar says:

Thanks for this video, the magnetic telescopic tool is a must.

Kyung Kim says:

Thank you so much of your detailed video. Just saved bunch of money. Hehe.

Inzer CG says:

If the #2 & #3 are fouled you may have an oil leak from the piston rings. Its a known Honda problem. Check for the class action lawsuit settlement. Do your research and get a VCM Muzzler to prevent further serious maintenance problems.

deasttn says:

Thanks. I just picked up a used 2012 Odyssey and plan to replace my plugs soon.
Looks like I may have an excuse to buy a new ratchet

James Damenti says:

awesome video, just replaced spark plugs on my 2014 Honda Pilot, followed your instructions verbatim….really made it relatively easy!!! Thanks so much…!!!

Justin Lastrapes says:

Very helpful, thanks.

Lei Chen says:

Amazing tutorial. Thanks for the work.

obadiah7771 says:

What was the ratchet used for the back ones?

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