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How do you install coil pack on 98 camaro v6 3800

How do you install coil pack on 98 camaro v6 3800

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#1 disconnect neg. bat cable. #2 unplug both leads from the coil your changing. #3 remove both mounting screws and pull up and remove on it to remove it...reverse to install. be careful when removing the screws they're small and you dont want to drop them. hope this helps.

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