Question about 2000 GMC Safari
My last work on one of these was an older model with the V-6 engine so my answer may or may not apply to your model/engine.
In that particular case, I found that the rear most plugs were easier to reach from inside with the engine cover out of the way. The forward plugs on each side were accessed from under the hood. Multiple extensions and swivels were needed to reach around everything to remove and install the plugs. Getting the plug boots off was the toughest part of the job. Good luck and let me know if this helps you out or not.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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