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How do you find the spark plugs on a 1984 Chevy citation?

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2005-12-28 17:28:00
2005-12-28 17:28:00

the spark plugs are screwed into the engine block and the top part of them is covered by a single wire, if you have a four cylinder engine, there will be four spark plugs, the wires will all go from the spark plug to a distributor cap and should pull straight off on each end, if you are replacing the spark plugs make sure not to change any of the wire locations

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