One by one.
Lay all new wires on a table and take off 1 at a time matching it to a new wire closest in length to the old one. So on and so forth. Impossible to get mixed up doing it this way.
Shaune 1992 Buick Riviera w/ E&G Designer Series Landau roof
bad spark wires
how to replace spark plugs wires 1992 buick century v 6 3300 stationwagon
To change the spark plug wires on a 97 Buick LeSabre, first pull the wires loose from the plugs. After these are removed, pull the wires loose from the opposite end and replace them.
Replace Spark plugs Replace Wires Replace fuel Filter Replace PCV Valve Replace air Filter
One at a time
Check spark plugs and wires
I own a 1996 Buick Riviera and the check engine light started flashing.I noticed a slight loss in acceleration.Could this be bad gas,a clogged fuel filter,or the spark plugs and wires may need changing.Help me.
To replace spark plug wires on a 3300 Oldsmobile engine, open the hood and remove the wires from the end of the engine. The number of spark plug wires most often corresponds to the number of cylinders your engine has.
Yes it needs spark plugs and wires. I own a 1992 Buick Roadmaster and had to replace plugs and wires recently. Not that expensive, I bought AC Delco plugs and wires. I had a discount as well. Be sure you know what your doing, which one is which I change them one at a time so not to mix up wires and the last on on the left side is a pain, the last two. Change them every 50,000 miles. Or less.
Just follow the spark plug wires....
Check firing order
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plugs wires and boots and remove the spark plugs. Put in the spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
Wires may be old and possibly porous and spark is jumping through Replace plug wires
No you do not need to replace any plugs at all when replacing wires.
remove motor mount "dog bones" and also label/remove spark plug wires from spark plugs, remove valve cover, clean cover from debris, use light coat of oil to stick gasket, replace round rubber gaskets, replace cover, wires and "dog bones"
Try changing the spark plug wires.
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Replace high tension coil wire. Probably time to replace all the spark plug wires.
Unplug all the spark plug wires. then loosen the screws holding the distributor on, remove it, put the new one on and screw it in, then replace the spark plug wires
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cover, remove the spark plugs wires and boots, and remove the spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, replace the engine cover, and connect the battery.
Disconnect the battery, and remove the spark plug wires one by one. Replace the spark plug wires in the same order, ensure the connection is firm, and connect the battery.
you have to replace all of your spark plug wires. there is a coil built into the top of each boot that goes over each spark plug. that's why the wires are so costly.
Pull them out and replace them one at a time.
You should have C.O.P. ( coil on plug) there are no wires.
One at a time!