If the stock wires are still in there, then just replace them one at a time. The plug boots for the front two plugs are straight and the rest should be 90*. This is to get around the heat shield from the exhaust manifold. If your plug boots don't fit but you have Very high temp compatible replacement wires, then you can remove the heat shield to fit the boots. Be sure that no other wires will be seriously affected.If you have boots that don't fit and probably won't withstand the heat, then you need a new set of wires. If you have trouble getting to the boots to pull them off from the open hood area, then go through the flap in the wheel well for an easier removal.
It is probably in need of new spark plug wires.
4.3? Follow the spark plug wires from the spark plugs, they will lead you right to the distributor.
You probably mixed up the firing order.
I need to know which is the right length of the spark plug wires are going in to the block?
They are in the heads where the exhaust manifolds are bolted to the heads. The plugs have rubber wires hooked to the ends of them.
see if you are getting spark in your wires. or check for cracks and damage.
One at a time so as not to mess up the firing order.
A 4WD on a 2001 Chevy S10 Blazer does not work properly after changing its actuator and speed sensor probably due to shorted wires. Also check for loose wiring.Ê
On the 4.3L V6 the distributor is located in the back of the engine, in the middle. Just follow the spark plug wires and they will lead you to it.
by jumping wires across
plug all wires together.