Question about 1996 Buick Riviera
What is the best way to approach replacing the spark plugs next to the fire wall? It seems to me coming up from underneath would be the best method, but I am not sure. My Buick has 110,300 miles in it and the pc shows a missfire on #2 cylinder.
You can reach from the top of the engine.It just takes some adjusting your hand and feeling around when you finally get you hand on the wires and plugs since visibility is not great.I just didi mine yesterday.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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