Question about Metra 95 96 Chevy Truck
Fairly easy on driver's side as they are very visible. Just unplug the harness for each plug and set it above the plug. Use a deep well socket that fits the plug (use a new one to ensure you have the proper size) and remove the old ones. Apply some anti-seize to the threads of the new plugs before youput them in. This will help with removal in the future. Install all the new plugs and re-connect the plugs to the harness.
On the passenger side, you will need to remove the tire and the inner fender skirt to reach the back 2 plugs. Be sure you block the vehicle to prevent it from falling and do not rely on just the jack. Follow the same procedure as above and it should fire right up.
**Be sure to check each old plug to ensure that none of the tips melted or broke off in the cyclinder. It will be obvious if one is broke.**
Posted on May 22, 2011
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