Question about 1995 Chevrolet Astro
Take the inside cover off. Not to offend you but if your asking you may want to have this ine done for you. Not the easiest thing to work on. And crack one new plug and its gonna run like garbage. But here is what you need to do. Take the inside engine cover off and there buried at the base if the head close to exhaust manifold. Better do plug wires cap and button while your in there. Since its your first astro expect to spend 3-4alot hours smashed between the seats. Getting out 100to times for tools. Lol
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