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post #10 of (permalink) Old 01-08-2009
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The first I did a spark plug change, I had myself the mouth of a sailor since it was so hard to get into the passenger's side...

But take your time, do it one-by-one. You don't need an "adaptor" Just make sure you have yourself a 5/8" spark plug deep socket, 3/8" extension (or whatever the size of socket and ratchet it will be)...you'll be fine.

Stupid me pulled all the wires out...almost panicked because I didn't know the order of the wires...but if you look on the coil-pack, you'll see it.

lol...What spark plugs are you planning on installing?

2001 V6 WhitePony 4R70W:
-- BBK 1 5/8" Ceramic Shorty Headers
-- K&N FIPK Gen II 57 Series
-- 2.5" True Dual Exhaust:
- MAC 2.5" O/R H-Pipe
- MagnaFlow 2.5" Hi-Flow Cats
- FlowMaster Original 40s
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