you will need to remover the starter from to get to the rear plugs and remove to alternator to get to the front plugs. not really any other way unless you have very small hands and tools.
.060 is the specified gap setting on spark plugs for a 2000 camaro rs.
sounds more like ignition problem. plugs, wires or distributor maybe.
In between the exhaust manifolds. You'll need thin fingers - it ain't easy to remove them.
You need a tune up. The spark plugs are running way to hot and need to be replaced.
3 of the plugs are on top of the mottor and 3 of them are on the bottom side
The V6 in the 1997 Camaro was the 3.8, not the 3.4
how many spark plugs are in a 1997 kia?
i put new plugs wires and coil packs on my 1997 camaro it kept putting out a random misfire code a couple months maybe 2 after i had put all this new stuff into that car that crankshaft broke
yup same one
They will have that information at most car parts stores that you can buy spark plugs at. Also, I would recommend platinum plugs, BOSCH specifically in my opinion, which come pre-gapped so you never have to worry about it.
the 1997 camaro z28 lt1 has a base line of 285 horsepower and a base of 335 foot pounds of torque.
the camaro debuted in 1967 making the 30th year 1997