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Ok im having a problem. I have already replaced 5 spark plug wires but now i can not get to the last 3. They are on the left side of the engine right underneath the filter. Is there any easy way to do this without having to take apart the filter and this other thing that gets in the way to replace the spark plug wires? Sorry if i sound like a novice but im only 16 trying to get into the whole car thing.

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David
 

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You need to remove the intake tube to get to them. That's the easiest way to do it and it's really not that hard. Jump in there.


SteakNuggetz said:
Ok im having a problem. I have already replaced 5 spark plug wires but now i can not get to the last 3. They are on the left side of the engine right underneath the filter. Is there any easy way to do this without having to take apart the filter and this other thing that gets in the way to replace the spark plug wires? Sorry if i sound like a novice but im only 16 trying to get into the whole car thing.

Sincerely,
David
 

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Welcme New Guy. You've come to the right place. The guys here can talk you through almost anything.
 

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Alright MaddMartigan I have figured it out and it looks pretty nice. Only problem was that I used the wrong wire on like 2 of them but I fixed it so now it runs smooth. Here is an afterward picture of my hard work.

 

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With after market headers they're very hard to keep in one piece. The wires on my car have several nasty burns from where they're come in contact with the header. Sadly, its time for some new wires and hopefully some thermal tape around the headers. Talk about odd as well... the old plugs that were in my car were champion:confused: Whoever owned my car before me was a damn fool! Watch out for manifold contact!
 
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