You probably mixed up the firing order.
in the trunk
They are lined up like this on my 1995 Chevy blazer 4.3 L, V6 1,6,5,4,3,2
They are in the heads where the exhaust manifolds are bolted to the heads. The plugs have rubber wires hooked to the ends of them.
haynes or chiltons will have this
if you have to ask this question, then you shouldn't attempt to change them...
It could have, Just count the spark plugs. 4 plugs= 4 cylinder 6 plugs= 6 cylinder 8 plugs= 8 cylinder
On the side of the engine block. they are not really freeze plugs. That is a myth. They are casting plugs used to remove the sand during casting.
if you can get it on a hoist...its so much easier and quicker from below...trust me
Replace plugs and filters, change fluids, replace serpentine belt. Plugs are replaced by removing fuel rails, removing coil packs over plugs, then changing plugs.
On the drivers side between the back 2 spark plugs and just a little lower than the plugs
It might but you may also have bad spark plugs/plug too. A bad distributor cap can cause it to miss too.
It is in the driver side head, between the first two spark plugs.
Under the trim panel just to the lft of the lighter and power plugs. It's a pain to get to.
The spark plug gap is listed in your owner's manual and under the hood on a placard.
4.3? Follow the spark plug wires from the spark plugs, they will lead you right to the distributor.
try changing the coolant temperature sensor that gives the computer it readings , it's located on the thermostat houseing and cost about 10 -15 dollars.
Change the fluids and filters. Inspect the spark plugs and wires. Clean the carburetor.