Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix
Easy job replace one spark plug at a time.you need buy new set of spark plug wires and spark plugs.reason need new wires possible old ones will break from inside plug boot when you remove plug wires.you need basic 3/8 ratchet wrench.you need long short extensions.need spark plug socket.need spark plug gap gauge.need a universal joint connect to the extensions to reach sharp angles.make sure engine cold when replacing spark plugs could damage heads.use a 12 inch piece vacuum hose to help aid in installing sparks in hard reach spaces with out damaging crosss threading plugs threads and cylinder head threads to plug.
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