specification on gapping spark plugs for 2006 chevy cobalt
Listed under the hood on a placard and in your owner's manual.
Ummmm......... I think you want to use spark plug wires.
depending on what engine you have, 4.3 v-6 or 305 v-8 or if your lucky the 350......chevy never ran a crank sensor on an engine that old. If it wont start, check spark, if you have spark, check fuel.
To add, this is a 5.7 v8 engine.
on the left side of the motor by the spark plugs
bad fuse,bad coils, bad ignition modual
I'm guessing you mean spark plug gap? .050
check for a spark from you r#1 cylinder and if it is fine then it is fuel related. If it's not fine check your distributor cap for wear
O'Reily's says 0.52"
Does it turn over? Does it have fuel, spark, and compression
.044 for a 1997 model
You can probably only get to 2 or 3 plugs from the top, but the rest you have to get from underneath the vehicle.
It has an opti-spark, which is located on the lower front of the engine, behind the water pump. To have it raplaced by a mechanic may cost you around $1,000.
THE GAP IS 0.039 TO 0.043
1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2 1,3,5,7 are on the left bank and 2,4,6,8 are the right bank.
The wiring diagram from the distributor cap to the spark plugs for firing order for a 93 Chevy Caprice 5.7 liter engine is found at Wiring4cars. You can search the site by vehicle year, make, and model.
Depends on the year. .035 or .040 in