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How do you replace the ignition wires on a 1992 buick century?

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2008-05-31 03:32:33
2008-05-31 03:32:33

Do them one at a time, matching length to new one. Try also to match routing of the wire on the engine. On a V6, the back three may require transfer of cylindrical metal shields on plug end from old wires. These back ones can be hard to remove, since they can be stuck on and not much space between the head and the firewall for leverage. Twist them on the spark plug to loosen first. Put a small dab of dielectric grease in each boot to aid removal the next time, which also protects against moisture.

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