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Hole in spark plug wire

A friend of mine has a 2000 chevy s-10 4cyl and he keeps getting a hole in the same spark plug wire down towards where it connects to the spark plug. he has replaced the wire a couple of times but it keeps getting a hole in the same spot.. he also says that it doesnt look like it is around anything that could be melting it and he is coming out to my house later so i can look it at i know some basic stuff but havent really messed with ignition systems what could it be?? thank you in advance

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  • ispinzteknom May 15, 2009

    i also forgot to mention that the service engine light is on but when he went to try and figure out why that was on they said something was wrong with his diagnostics or whatever and they couldnt bring up the code..

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Your timing is off take it in.

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