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Plugs on 3.5 Chevy Colorado

Is there a site with step by step pictures of the plug replacement in a 3.5 Chevy Colorado? Son needs the step by step,(his Mother's boy!)

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Have him go to The Local Auto Parts Store and Purchase a Haynes or Chilton Book on this Truck. Costs 25.00 But, will tell you how to fix ANYTHING that goes Wrong. You can get them also at their Websites.

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