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How do I change the spark plugs and wires on a 1988 buick park avenue

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Not sure what the problem is..... the front plugs are easy, I change the back ones from under the car.

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SOURCE: Cannot change 3 rear spark plugs on 1999 Buick park avenue

there is a special tool for this job but I have cheated on this but you ned to be careful when doing this.The wishbone shaped mount on the front going from motor to front of vehicle, remove and it allows the motor to tilt.

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SOURCE: 1988 Buick Park Avenue, no fuel to motor. May be

Your fuel pump fuse is in the fuse panel on the drivers side of the dash. The fuel pump is in the tank. Chances are after 22 years its the pump. Disconnect the battery and drop the tank. Be prepared and pick up new straps when you pick-up the pump.

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