Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
You want to do it? I'm guessing spark plugs? Pull spark plug boots off, its going to be tougher then you think, they are on there pretty good, then with a long 3/8 extension, and a ratchet, and a 5/8s spark plug socket remove the spark plug. Reverse order to put in. Make sure you put anti seeze on the threads when you put them back in, and do not mix up the spark plug wires.
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