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    How does one go about changing the spark plugs on a 2000 Camaro SS, LS1.

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    your kidding right, pull the boot off, get right size socket and ratchet, start changing, one at a time, now for the hard ones, get from underneath, and slp sells a cut down socket ,just for the hard to get plug, dont forget to set right gap, check gap on each plug, and i would put ngk plugs in tr55
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    i took the coil pack off on the passenger side to change the plugs...

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    to make your job easier, slp socket, on ebay #370417919329 a little pricey $$

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    Quote Originally Posted by camaross1 View Post
    to make your job easier, slp socket, on ebay #370417919329 a little pricey $$
    This

    And don't forget about socket extensions!!!

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    i took the coil pack off as well. have fun changing em man. i invented some new words while i was changing mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaz View Post
    i took the coil pack off on the passenger side to change the plugs...

    I take off valve cover too

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    Lol cursing is required when doing this task, so is frustration. I have a TA i dont know if its much of a difference on a maro but i doubt it. I just did mine this week. On the driver side the first and last one can be a pain, and on the passanger side i also removed the coil pack, it made it so much easier. Dont forget to put some anti-sieze on them and dont over tighten them. They might get stuck.

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    why in the hell would you take valve cover off to change plugs? thats a waste of time, unless you want to see inside, i just dont get it, but im a old timer

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    Quote Originally Posted by camaross1 View Post
    why in the hell would you take valve cover off to change plugs? thats a waste of time, unless you want to see inside, i just dont get it, but im a old timer
    i was thinking the same thing

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    U might want to replace the plug wires also....I used MSD..SEE

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