Tip & How-To about Buick LeSabre
When changing spark plugs I find it best to remove only one wire at a time. I remove the wire, change the plug, measure the old wire against the new wires, and replace the wire before moving to the next wire and plug. This way I do not have to know the firing order for the plugs.
Don't for get to check the plug gap.
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· Open the hood and remove the bolts that hold the engine cover in place, if your Dodge comes with an engine cover (depending on model and year). If so equipped, pull the cover off the engine.
Grab a spark plug wire by the base of the wire and pull the wire up and out of the engine. (You may need to wiggle it back and forth while pulling up on it to get it out of the engine.)
Trace the wire back to the power distributor and pull the spark plug wire off the distributor. Make a note of the plug orientation.
Install the new plug wire in the place of the removed one. Match the new wire with the old one to make sure they have the same size. Press the plug wire over the distributor electrode and onto the spark plug firmly, so that the ends are secure. Installation is the reverse of removal procedure.
· 5 Repeat the above procedure for all the other spark plug wires. It is best to change all the spark plug wires at the same time.
Repeat the above procedure for all the other spark plug wires. It is best to change all the spark plug wires at the same time.
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