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On my 92 Saturn SL2 do I haave to remove the cover to repalce spark plugs?

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No, the plug wires snap onto the plugs which are in deep recesses in the valve cover on the DOHC, which is the SL2. On this old car you may just want to replace the plug wires at the same time unless you are sure they are less than 5 years old. get some good wires, not generics, that are made for the car.

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