Question about 1995 GMC Jimmy
Excellent answer above. I took the front tires off and was careful not to snap the plug on front driver side. While up in the air on jackstands, Spray the boots on the front axle and anything rubber with some silicone spray. Try a swivel at end of extension to the plug socket. Basically had to push/pry steering shaft a hair out of the way just a little bit. Distributor cap is pretty fun too if you don't have the right torx or allen socket. Strips easily. Took me a few beers to figure it out.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Well its a very fun job ! The best way on some is through the fender well get a long extension and a flexable 5/8 spark plug scocket works wonders on the drivers side there is a plug wright by the steering column when ya get to that one take a brake you will need it best way to get it out some years are different but put the 5/8 scocket on the plug and then a rench to loosen it good luck its even a pain in the but job for the best of us.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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