Question about 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I'm changing plugs/wires on my V-6 and I had h*ll getting the #5 plug out. Now I can't get my socket on the #3 plug to remove it, any suggestions?
I went on line and found some special tools for removing hard to get to plugs. One was a wobble-joint T-handle, the other was an 16" extention 3/8" socket with a 30 degree wobble. I removed both front wheels, mover the splash guard material out of the way, and was able to access the plugs. I needed both tools to remove the plugs.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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