Question about 2006 Chevrolet Uplander
Have problem with my uplander the problem is the cylinder 2 iis misfire how can i fix it
Posted on Nov 25, 2012
When you need to replace the rear plugs on one of these vans you will need to these things.
First you will need to unbolt the front engine mounts (dog bones) then attach a ratchet strap affixed to the front frame and to the front of the engine. Use the ratchet strap to pull the engine as far forward as possible to remove the coil packs on the rear of the engine. Once the coil packs are out of the way you can gently twist the plug wires on the plugs and pull them off. I like to do this project with the engine slightly warm. Gap and replace the rear plugs and use dielectric grease on the plug boots. Secure the coil packs and loosen the ratchet strap. Hook up the motor mounts and you are good to go. Take your time and don't rush and it will go fine.
Posted on Jan 11, 2015
Change them all maybe your wires need changing or a complete tune up is needed... make sure that the new plug is the right one
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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