who would have the tool that is required to rotate the motor to get to the spark plugs in the rear of the motor...also how does this tool actually work? Is there possibly an easier way to change them?

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Asked by Apr 18, 2012 at 02:46 AM about the 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix 2 Dr SE Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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remove wishbone mounts the two in front of engine on top by hood release, ratchet strap it forward and gain access to rear plugs.

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autozone might have that tool or pepboys,if they don't have try mac tools or snap-on.

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Chris is Right on the money i work at a repair shop and this is how we get more room to change the plugs. There is a lift bracket on the back of the motor you can hook your strap to this works very well and only cost a few bucks.

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i always thought they were dog bone mounts,maybe the older ones. anyway before you tilt the engine foward put the car in neutral & apply the parking brake so you don't damage the tranny.

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