Question about 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix
Yes...if you car is a 6 cylinder..then there are 6 plugs...just find 6 identical wires that all murge on one device (ignition coil) follow the wires to the other end where they are connected to the spark plugs... just pull the wires loose..then unbolt the sparkplug.. bolt the new one in.. then reconnect the wires in the same spot( do 1 at a time so they dont get mixed up...
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
Friend ripped out all the wires. what is the firing order?
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