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How do you change the spark plugs and wires on a 2001 camaro v6 do the boots just pull of or what?

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2005-11-10 14:01:54
2005-11-10 14:01:54

Sometimes the new style boots are stuck on pretty good. Get down as close as you can and twist as you pull. If you are going to replace the wires you don't need to be real fussy about pulling them off. Is there a reason to replace the wires? This is'nt that old of a car.

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