I can't located the spark plugs on my 2001 aurora 6v 3.5 engline the plugs are under the gray caps inthe front center of the motor and in the rear center they are a pain to do
1 in each cylinder...........
Just changed plugs on my 1999 aurora and the gap was .05. It stopped a hesitation at idle too!
check the wires, if they are crossed up you get bad ilding. my aurora was idling around 1500 rpm's, but after having all the spark plugs and boots replaced it went back to around 600...see if that helps
Hi, there can be a number of thing that cause this. your idle is to low, spark plugs, wire is loose, and check the Flo meter if you don't know where it at. it will be just before the air filter
Missing and or poor fuel economy. If the plugs have over 75,000 miles on them, just replace them. The same symptoms will occur with defective spark plug wires.
remove the coil pack; use a jointed extension with sparkplug socket to reach plugs.
sounds liked going cut out
One reason your Aurora may shake when you stop is your fuel injectors are not plugged in completely. It could also be due to weak spark plugs or a bad motor mount.
for each cylinder there is one plug youll see the wires leading to each Improved Answer: I have a '98 Olds and it is a V8 meaning it has 8 plugs
The freeze plugs are designed to blow before the engine cracks on a 1997 Aurora. The process is not foolproof, and the block could still possibly crack.
You never have to. They have magic forever plugs and run on baby smiles.