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Trying to replace a radiatior in a 1995 buick century with a six cylinder, do i need to jack up the back of the engine to remove the top motor mount?

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No, you might need to put a jack under the engine oil pan (use a block of weed between the jack and the pan) and lift slightly to take tension off the bolts for removal.

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How do I chabge the back 3 spark plugs on a 1994 buick century 6 cylinder?


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OK on the V6 on GMs from the 1990s the general rule is, remove the top 'doggy bone' engine mount, use a piece of 2"x4" or larger wood between the jack and the transaxle or other solid part of the engine/transaxle combination, and jack up the engine slightly until you can reach the spark plugs and wires in question.

I learned that trick from Sears in the 1990s when these vehicles were newer.

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