Question about 2004 Chevrolet Astro
Changing plugs on these trucks is tough at the best of times.you need to remove the inside cover to gain access to the rear most plugs(rear 2 plugs on both sides),sometimes you have to remove the front two plugs on the drivers side from the front from under the hood.the front plug on the passenger side is removed from under the hood like the drivers side front plugs.there is very little room to do this job so patience and a cool head is veerry important.at times i have replaced the plugs on the passenger side from under the truck.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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