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When should the spark plug wires be changed in the 1992 Olds 98
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am having a similar problem, but there is no check engine light. It seems that mine dies at the light or running, if the rpm's drop. I am wondering if the Idle air control valve is bad or possibly the ERG valve?
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
For the Oldsmobile Bravada 4.3L V6:
6-----> o.......o <-----5
4-----> o.......o <-----1
2-----> o.......o <-----3
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Posted on Apr 26, 2010
1992 Oldsmobile Delta 88 3.8 liter V-6 VIN "L" - Identifying Ignition Types I and II
On Type I coil packs, three twin tower ignition coils are combined into a single coil pack unit.
On Type II coil packs, the coils can be replaced separately and the ignition wires are all on the same side of the coil pack.
With Type I Ignition
With Type II Ignition
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Posted on Jun 18, 2010
the easiest way to get at them is through the wheel wells. Jack up the side of the vehicle you want to change plugs on to gain some extra clearance in the wheel well area. Remove the inner fender liner (floppy rubber part held to the inner fender with the plastic retainers). You will then be able to see the spark plugs/wires. a spark plug socket, swivel, extension, and ratchet will make the job go by quickly.
The middle cylinder on the drivers side can be a real bear since the steering shaft runs right in front of it. They make a spark plug socket just for this cylinder or you can use a regular spark plug socket, a short wrench, and a pry bar to get it to break loose.
If your not familiar with changing plugs I would not attempt number 5 yourself (the one behind the steering shaft). You could easily break it and end up in a pickle!
Other wise do them one at a time making sure to put the plug wire back on as soon as the new plug is installed to avoid mixing them up.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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