Question about 1998 Chevrolet K3500
There are two screws to hold the cap on, remove them, and pull the cap off with the wires still on it. Then you will see the rotor on the post under the cap, this pull straight up and off. The new one slides right down in place. Then take one plug wire off at a time and put it on the same position on the new cap.
Doesn't really matter where number one wire goes as long as the firing order is in the correct order. I find it easier just to pull and put one plug wire on at a time.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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