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Re: Plugs on 3.5 Chevy Colorado
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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It could be th Camshaft Position Actuator Solenoid located on top of the engine check it out if oil in the plug then its bad and also on the part there is 3 sets of screens if any missing then the part is bad and screens will be in your oil pan so change your oil asap
You should see a spark plug wire for each spark plug. The spark plugs are in the cylinder head. You have to unplug the plug wire first before you replace the plugs. Be careful as to not damage the plug wires when removing them. Be carefull not to get dirt into the cylinder when replacing the plug. Do not overtighten the new plugs. I can't remember which side of the engine the plugs are on, on your truck. You truck has the inline 5 cylinder I think.
A tune up would usually include replacing the plugs and fuel filter.The plugs are under the ignition coils which are located on top of the motor.just remove 1 coil at a time and replace the plug for that coil.You will need an extension to reach the plugs.Make sure and gap the plugs.The gap specs is 0.042 in.You can also use a piece of vacuum line to install the new plugs back into the hole.I believe a 7/32 hose will work.If you are having certain problems let me know and I can help you further.Hope this helps.Good luck.
If your truck has the intak filter box on fire wall and air box over the valve cover remove it. remove the flex tube for the fire wall to the box ontop of the valve cover screw driver. Do the same to the throuttle bodody flex tub remove it as well Then there are two screws I think 12mm on the passangers side of the box. Pull away from t-body and up the coil packs are under the box. Simple remove one bolt from each coill and pull it up and out "do Not **** on the wires". Then pull the plug out and replace.there is a 3/4" blow back tube you will need to remove and put it back on after the pluges have been changed.