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Spark Plug Wires

This is a discussion on Spark Plug Wires within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Alright, have tried the search and have gotten no where with it, so I'll just ask: I am interested in ...

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    Spark Plug Wires

    Alright, have tried the search and have gotten no where with it, so I'll just ask: I am interested in changing the spark plug wires and have looked at both banks (driver side and passenger side). The driver side bank doesn't look to be to bad to change the spark plug wires, BUT the passenger side looks to be a real pain, especially cylinders #6 and #8. These are the ones that are closet to the firewall and the car that I'm working on has air conditioning. Does anyone have any hints/words of wisdom to accomplish this? Thanks.

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    LSX Addict PipeLayaz's Avatar
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    Take your time and get ready to be fustrated like a mo fo. A word of advice for #8 is to tag it from underneath the car. You won't be able to see what your doing but just make sure the car is cooled down prior to doing the job.

    I suggest 8.5mm MSD wires and NGK TR-55 spark plugs.

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    I Just Changed My Plugs And Wires On Mine, I Had To Take That Whole Coil Bracket Off The Passenger Side , The Cruise Control Motor Thinge Or Whatever Its Called And That Tube That Connects To The Top Of The Exhaust Manifold. Once That Was All Out Of The Way It Wasnt So Bad, Just Make Sure You Have A Pair Of Spark Plug Boot Pliers Because The Hardest Part For Me Was Gettin The Old Wires Off. Im Sure There Is An Easier Way To Do It But Thats How I Did Mine

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    MSD 8.5 wires is a great suggestion, pull the coil pack off to give yourself more room and you are good to go.
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