Question about 2001 Buick Century
I assume that it is a 3.8, or the same location as a 3.8. If so, slide under the car, on the right side of the car look up the back side of the engine. Should be towards the right side of the engine maybe 6-8" up. I think when I change them I reach around the half shaft to get them out. I use a wrench in front of the half shaft to loosen in then spin it out by hand with my hand reaching over the half shaft.
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