Question about 2003 GMC Safari
I have a 2003 GMC Safari and it's been giving me problems starting. I'd have to try 3 to 5x's before it would even start. Now it wont start at all. It just barely passed smog. I haven't changed my spark plugs in along while, could this be the reason? If it is, will it be hard to change?
CMV9 im tired of you giving out bad information. a tune up for this van is 4 hours (Motor labor guide) and the labor rate around here is $80 an hour that would be $360 for a tune up with plugs. i would bet to say you have never put plugs in a 4.3 mini van. you have no idea i hope i caught the other bad advice you gave on a navigator spark plug you coul of cost this person $3000 to $4000 for your bad advice. if you dont know what you are talking about tont give advice (Jack of all trades master of NONE)
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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