Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Alero
I saw some links describing how to remove the cover plate on the Alero to get to the spark plugs. I did that without issue, but I can't seem to get the spark plug boots off. There is a plasic housing at the base that looks to hold the boot in place. I twisted the housing to free the tabs on the boot, but when I pul on the boot it still does not seem to be coming off.
Is there a special tool or trick for this step?
All i did to remove the plug boots is used a long pair of needle nose pliers. Just be careful not to damage the boot. I recommend a twist and up and down movement when pulling and it will pop off. Dont forget to put some plug lube on when you replace the boots on the plugs
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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