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Vitara 2001 replacing ignition wires

There are these black things on top of the spark plugs that fit over the top of the spark plug. are those the ignition wires?
the set of wires i ordered do not look like those things.
how do you get to the ignition wires?

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  • wolverine322 Nov 15, 2008

    do i need to replace plug boots or just the spark plugs?

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There are no wires on this engine its a coil that u are seeing if u take this off there are just plug boots u might be able to get these aftermarket

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