how do you change sparks in a1999 grand am 2.4twin cam

Asked by May 24, 2012 at 04:56 PM about the 1999 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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First remove the bolts that hold the retaining ignition coil and disconnect the electrical connector. Pull the assembly straight up and away from the engine to remove it. Second, located the wires, remove them from the plugs, remove the plugs, gap the new ones and reinstall. .

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that engine doesn't have ignition wires . you have to remove the top cover, the spark plug booths will come off with it . there are your spark plugs. never remove them when the engine is hot !

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Thank you because I am currently working on my car and it also has a coil pack and spark plug boots. We were having trouble getting the boots off however we are informed on how to get through this process now and are well under way. Thanks for the answer it helped a great deal.

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