you either did not gap the plugs to spec or you put this wires on wrong
There are four spark plugs on each side of your 1991 Chevrolet engine. The spark plugs will be near the bottom of the engine.
Connections for the water temperature sensor.
There are a couple of reasons a 1991 Chevrolet Caprice may stall out. The car may need a new distributor cap or the plugs may need changed. A mechanic will be able to determine the causes of the stalling car.
check your fuel filter and also your spark plugs.
look for the round silver or chrome cylinder that plugs into the fusebox.
you rotate the engine to get to the rear plugs but the front ones are easy to replace
drain coolant from radiator, remove one of the frost plugs in engine block, install block heater in place of frost plug, refill radiator with coolant.
Frost plugs are fairly thin steel pucks that can rust through if the coolant was not changed regularly. They are fairly inexpensive to replace if you can get to them.
Any Auto Parts Store can provide this information. BTW, the are called Freeze Plugs or Casting Plugs, not Frost Plugs.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cables and boot covers, remove and dispose of the old spark plugs. Next, put in the new spark plugs, attach the boot covers and cables and reconnect the battery.
You can probably only get to 2 or 3 plugs from the top, but the rest you have to get from underneath the vehicle.
8 spark plugs
remove the 2.4 liter engine cover (4 large bolts) disconnect any electrical conectors (these hook up to the coil packs) and lift it straight off the top of the engine remove the boots from the spark plugs (these should be replace) and the plugs should be fully visible
Look in your owner's manual or on the placard under the hood. It is listed there. Any parts store can also provide this info, if the placard is missing.
How do you replace the spark plugs on a Peugeot 307?
It has 8 if it is a V-8 engine.
Remove each of the coils then remove and replace the plugs
How to replace spark plugs in a 1989 jeep cherokee?
I know how to replace the plugs, but what do you have to take off on the fairing to get to the plugs. Thanks steve
Ummmm......... I think you want to use spark plug wires.
Saturns do not have frost plugs....If you are looking for a place to put a block heater the only one you can use is an external heater.....only 50$ish from Saturn
They are on the sides and rear of the block. I am guessing that you are referring to the "Freeze" plugs. That term in itself is deceiving as these plugs were never designed to provide any sort of freeze protection. Many old timers call the "welsh" plugs but I suppose because they popped out when an engine block froze, they were incorrectly called freeze plugs. The caps cover casting blocks in the engine and are usually made of metal. The are located on the sides of the block under the heads and exhaust mainfolds but above the oil pan. They are harder to get at then they are to replace. I would suspect that if they failed you usually have other related issues as well. VBdenny