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Where are the spark plugs on a 93 Buick Century V6 3300?

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There's a different question here with a good answer. (Search for spark plugs on a 93 Buick Century.) Briefly, there are three on the front of the engine (near the cylinders themselves), and three more in back.

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how to replace spark plugs wires 1992 buick century v 6 3300 stationwagon


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