Question about 1997 Pontiac Sunfire
Thank you for your help, I will give that a try. Part of my cleaning was to take the plug wires off and spray the inside of the wires with my air hose and wipe the plugs off with a clean cloth. Did I cause a problem by doing this? You know it's christmas and I can't afford to replace anything right know. Thanks
I think if you just remove the wires and spray WD-40 in them and make sure the boots are slid down on the plugs and coil pack you should be ok. Also get some Dielectric grease and put on the wire ends that will make it easier to remove them next time,spray the coil pack with WD-40 also It won't hurt it and could run the water that might be there away. let me know it it works out
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