Question about Chevrolet Camaro
This is a backyard mechanic test when the right tools are not an option.. Be careful!!!. Take a screwdriver with a good handle, insert it into the spark plug end, hold it 1/4" from a grounded surface, have someone to turn the engine over, it will produce spark if it's good and will not if bad.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
#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.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
i have a 97 and boy i dont think i would have the balls to do that with my car.
but i believe that could be caused by carbon tracking.. get some carb spray and clean the whole area coil packs and wires..but i haven't ever heard of any one doing that, i did that when i was younger on my 69 charger, i went to reseat the coil wire while running and receievd 20,000volt shock and hit my head and arm on the hood. i dont know which hurt worse!
Posted on May 01, 2010
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