Question about 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
The housing has the coils inside it. THe spark plugs are on the engine and not inside the housing. ull see metal tips protruding form the housing..those tips make contacts with rubber boots on the top of the engine and the plugs are under those rubber boots. So basically once u move the housing (usually looks white underneath, ull need to look at the spot where it fit on the engine. Use a flashlight and ull see 4 rubber boots and under those boots are the spark plugs...the rubber boots also have a plastic insulator on them..when u want to remove it, just pull on the rubber with pliers or something without pressing on the hard plastic as it will crack. THe plugs are under the boots and ull need an 6 inch extension and socket to get them out. Spark plug gap on it should be .06..confirm on the manual.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
The plugs are located under the cover that is stamped 2.4l remove the 4 bolts securing cover disconnect electrical connector on the left side the gently work cover off and the plugs are right there.
btw the "wires" are built into the cover.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
The housing you are talking about. are all the spark plugs under it? i mean do all the wires go into this one spot?
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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