Follow the plug wires from the distributor.
Check to make sure the wires are all tight and you have them in the correct firing sequence. Also make sure you put the correct plugs in.
fixed it was spark plug wires.
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.
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.
how to replace spark plugs wires 1992 buick century v 6 3300 stationwagon
Replace high tension coil wire. Probably time to replace all the spark plug wires.
On my 94 voyager with the 3.0L the cylinder numbers are stamped into the heat shield located under the spark plug boots - you won't see these numbers with the wires on, since it obscures the stamping. On my van sequence from Left to right is: Front 2-4-6, Rear 1-3-5.
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!
replace spark plug wires on a 99 sonoma
If you do not have any problems with plugs, change them when you replace the timing belt (do not forget to replace the spark plug wires too).
Replace the spark plugs and the spark plug wires. Replace the air filter. Replace the oil and oil filter. Replace the fuel filter.
I would replace the spark plugs after 50K, the wires and plugs again at 100K.
Replace spark plugs, wires, air filter, fuel filter, spark plug wires and PCV valve.
No, they don't necessarily have to be replaced. However it is usually a good idea to replace the wires along with the spark plugs. As the wires age and go through heating cooling cycles they get stiff and brittle. As you flex the wires to remove them from the spark plugs the inner conductor often breaks causing a misfire. Also when you pull the spark plug boots off of the spark plugs the connector often can break loose and stay on the spark plug, thus ruining the wire.
check spark plugs, and spark wires, they may be cracked or dirty you may also need to replace your battery check spark plugs, and spark wires, they may be cracked or dirty you may also need to replace your battery
You migth need to replace spark plugs and maybe even wires and coil...