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Changing spark plug wires

I need to replace the spark plugs and wires on my 1995 pontiac sunfire 2.2 L. I have the spark plug removal figured out but not the spark plug wires how do you get to the start of the plug it goes behind? do you have to remove anything to have access to it?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    You have to remove whatever parts block you, is that not clear to you?

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WEll u dont need to remove anything This is what i did lift your car up with a jack. where you oil filter is you will see you plug wires running into your (ICM) Ignition Module unplug them and slide them to the top of your motor. dont get them mixed up otherwise your timeing will be messed up and your car wont start. on the ICM from the top to bottom the plug numbers are 2,3,1,4 and on top of the moter from left to right 1,2,3,4 just make for sure u have the right order..

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