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The plugs as already mentioned are available from many sources. I bought mine from Ebay at I believe circa 12 each. I changed mine at the year stipulation not mileage and quite honestly the old ones were still in gap and looked clean as a plug can be. You will have to remove the cowl at the rear of the engine bay. Not difficult but fiddly and the crappy plastic clips are FRAGILE.
Ishift gear box is a manual gearbox with automated clutch and gear change. The oil is Honda MT-3 Manual transmission fluid. I bought mine from Cox Motor Parts at 10.08 a litre. You will need for safety sake 1 x 12mm sump plug washer and one 20mm washer. This is what was supplied when I ordered the two washers for the gearbox ( one drain and one level) cost 1.20. 
My local garage did the oil change as I can no longer get down under the car and he said access was not quite as straight forward as he would have thought.
If you order from Cox they asked for the registration number to make sure they supplied the correct parts. I would recommend using HONDA oil. I know some recommend Opie  but they may not be able to supply the washers.
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Different transmission types.
« Last post by andruec on Today at 02:24:07 PM »
cvt as we know uses belts in stepped gear ratios up to 7 speeds which seem a lot better than years ago
In the case of Honda it's only stepped if you activate stepped mode using the paddles. Left to its own devices it has no steps although the 1.3 Mk3 suffers from slight mishandling of the Atkinson/Otto engine switch which can make it feel like it has a step around 2,000 rpm.
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Honda Jazz Mk2 2008-2015 / Re: auto gearbox fluid change and Spark Plugs???
« Last post by VicW on Today at 01:40:33 PM »
hi can anyone tell me when the auto gearbox fluid should be changed for a 1.4i vtec i shift  ex 2010, if anyone can give me some advice i would be thankful, also I am a bit confused as to the type of gearbox this car has is it a cvt??  and what fluid would be best for it?? thanks everyone!!
The 2010 model has an i-shift gearbox not a CVT. The CVT was reintroduced for the 2011 facelift. I can't help with the oil type.

Vic.
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Honda Jazz Mk2 2008-2015 / Re: Radio Code grrrrr
« Last post by MajkelMike on Today at 01:37:49 PM »
Try 56442
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Can you help me with this ? very much please?
I would like hearing sound in my honda. Thank you
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Different transmission types.
« Last post by Jocko on Today at 01:30:48 PM »
I love the conventional hydraulic automatic transmission with torque converter. The three cars I owned with this system had 3, 4 and finally 5 gears, and my brother's 3 Series BMW has 7 gears (sadly, now superceded by a DSG gearbox  :( ). I only ever stuck them in Drive, though I happily used the kickdown and occasionally the Sports button!
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When i get the jazz sport i would like to send photo on here from my phone can anyone tell me how to do it.
First you must post your photos on a site like Imgur or Flickr. You then copy the Direct Link from that site.
You then open the Insert Image icon among the post reply options and paste the copied link between the middle square brackets, (img]paste link[img)
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Honda Jazz Mk3 2015 - / Re: Different transmission types.
« Last post by daveyboy on Today at 12:33:54 PM »
Transmissions vw, skoda, seat dsg twin clutch semi auto some with paddleshift then automated like in fiat autoes and abarth which are not too bad but cvt and dsg better, cvt as we know uses belts in stepped gear ratios up to 7 speeds which seem a lot better than years ago, ford uses powershift dual clutch as does some mazdas and then theres kia and hyundai some of them now use updated twin clutch semi auto as well  i do know that the venga still uses a mechanical toq converter auto as does some vauxhalls.

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When i get the jazz sport i would like to send photo on here from my phone can anyone tell me how to do it.
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Honda Jazz Mk2 2008-2015 / Confused about Space savers sizes!
« Last post by anotherjazz on Today at 10:12:54 AM »
HI Guys,

My Wife's MK1 06 Jazz sport has just been written off :-(  So I have bought her a 15 plate Mk2 ES plus. :-)   I noticed it never had a spare wheel,  so I swiped her old one before the car was collected.


My question is..   can this T115/70D14 Honda space saver for the MK1 be used with a Mk2 ok?  If so,  I think I have read I can secure it using the same bolts?   Does anyone have a picture of where to cut the carpet?


Prob an old question,  but so much info out there I am confused!


Ta
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Well your plugs should be iridium and changed at 70-80,000 miles  (mine are on 86,000 at the moment but as it's a pain in the bum just finding the time to do it). :)

I changed ours early (about 60K) on Civic and Mk2 Jazz and noticed a marked difference in smoothness - IMHO even 70K advised change may be a bit too long.  Changing them in Civic was easy-peasy,  Jazz was a bit of a pain.   At bottom is Denso plug from Opie oils,  it has the correct 'double electrode' (projections from centre and ground electrode) as the Honda OEM (Honda use Denso or NGK as OEM).   This is a good price as I have seen them for over 100 for 4    https://www.coxmotorparts.co.uk/honda-shop/genuine-honda-jazz-spark-plug-set-iridium-2009-2015/  :o

https://www.opieoils.co.uk/pv-167926-denso-iridium-tt-spark-plug-ik20tt.aspx?vehicleid=32673&yearfilter=2012&providerpartid=160558267&genericpartid=686&providerpartlinkid=214632762&genericpartname=Spark%20Plug
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