Question about Chevrolet 1500
Make sure the new cap is identical to the last one. if so then it'll be that you've got the plug leads hooked up wrong. also try checking inside of cap as some have which sparkplug lead is meant to go where on the cap.
also the number one cylinder is always the one closest to the front of the car. if it's a v-configuration though you'll have to find out which of the 2 is the number one plug.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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