Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
You need to use the spark plug socket with a built in swivel and a extension. Once you crack the spark plug loose, remove the socket and remove the plugs by hand. The plugs will not come out with the socket still being used, there is not enough room to between the engine and shock tower mount. Take your time, the fingers get's cramps. It sounds like this is your first time changing the plugs, they all come out easy from the wheel well. You can do it with out removing the wheel, just move the inner splash guard up out of the way to get to all the plugs. The only other hard thing is the removing the plug wire boot from the plugs, I find it easy if you have a plug wire boot pliers. The pulling on the wire just ends up in replacing the spark plug wire set. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted, be glad to help, this should take about 30 min to do all of them. Plug #3 being 10 min alone LOL.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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