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If this vehicle has the 4 cyl in it i suggest replacing the coil towers(the big white or black plastic piece) under the aluminum engine cover,that was a big troubble spot for those engines

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SOURCE: how to change spark plugs wires 1996 pontiacsunfire

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SOURCE: 2001 Pontiac Grand Am Spark plug wire matchup.

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SOURCE: spark plug gap for 2005 pontiac grand prix gt 3.8

.060 thousandths of an inch.

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SOURCE: Changing spark plug wires on 2001 Jeep Grand cherokee

yah direct ignition coil pack does away for the need a a distributer cap and rotor.much higher energy ignition system where the computer tell when to fire.if that helps.not hard to change.as long as you change them one at a time so you don't screw up the order.

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SOURCE: 2001 pontiac grand am 2.4 cyl spark plug wires

no. remove the plastic cover fom the top of the engine.pulling upward on it after removeing the scews will pull the plug wire insulators up with it all as one piece.

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Removing Plug Wires from '02 Pontiac Grand Prix, 3.8 Liter V6


often times the connection inside the plug boot gets corroded and it's almost impossible to remove the wires with out damage. when this happens I gennerally replace the wires anyway this saves you problems in the long run . the sparkplug wire removalk pliers are a good investment however they are only as good if the boots themselves are not siezed up on the plugs. I have had this happen alot over the 20 years i been working on vehicles. I usually just twist and pull on the boots till they come off and not worry about damaging them because they should get replaced anyway the new plug wires have a antiseize lubricant to keep from this happening in the future

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Pull plug on cyl 1 leave it attached to plug wire, place it on intake manifold, have someone turn the key over to crank without starting it. If your coil is good spark should be more white or blueish indicating a high voltage spark red or orange indicates a poor spark from a faulty coil. Do this on both cylinders to check. Inspect all plugs and wires while you're at it too.

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How many plugs plug into the coil pack on a 94


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Whats the firing order for a 94 grand prix gtp for the spark plug wires i thought it was 315 426


1994 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.4 liter DOHC V-6 VIN "X"

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My 94 Pontiac Grand AM will die while driving. It sometimes takes an hour to start again. Fuel filter has been changed. Please help.


Check the wire harness to the Ignition Module Control (ICM) and the ICM. A faulty ICM after it heats up will cause it to stop working, in turn causing the engine not to have any fire to the spark plugs. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help you get your car running 100% again soon.

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Check the spark plugs, make sure they all seated and are tight. Also change wires. Probably the coil packs, but check the cheaper stuff first.

Nov 17, 2009 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE

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Pull off the hat and lay it up on the wipers. Run plug wires from the coil adapter towers to the plugs. Run a ground wire to ground the hat. Check for spark with a spark tester one wire at a time. Don't get near it when you have a friend crank it, there is enough voltage in the ignition system of a 2.3 quad 4 to kill you. I'm not kidding, just be careful.

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