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This is a discussion on spark plugs within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Hello fellows, replaced relocation brackets last week and finally no wheel hop on 02 SS. Next, replace plugs and wondering ...

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    Junior Member aviationphotog's Avatar
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    Hello fellows, replaced relocation brackets last week and finally no wheel hop on 02 SS. Next, replace plugs and wondering the easy replacement. Drivers side all from the top and passenger three from the bottom or what ?? Thanks

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    Driver side is easy from the top. On the passenger I remove the coil packs and the air pipe. Then I do them from the top.

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    I do them all from the top with the exception of the passenger side rear, (#8)

    I grab that one from the bottom. I found that easier than removing the coil packs.

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    Yepp, driver side from the top, passenger side, front three from the top, then the last one or number 8 i get from the bottom.
    My trick is to use a spark plug socket from the bottom, slide it over the plug, then use a 3/4 rachet wrench and back it out. Works like a charm everytime, you could even just use a combo wrench.
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    i did mine for the first time last weekend and did all of them from the top except for the rear pass side #8 did that one underneathe. All 8 with wires took about 2 hours not bad for the first time and big ass hands.

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