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Old 03 Oct 2004, 10:23 pm
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I just received my magnecore wires and double platinum plugs yesterday, but i dont know how to install them. Could you guys help me out?
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Old 04 Oct 2004, 01:08 am
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Try this link... I just changed my plugs, wires and coil this past week, these directions and pictures make it real easy.

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thanks, that helps alot
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Don't forget - put anti-seize lube on spark plug threads, and dielectric grease on the plug boots.
You'll need a plug socket with rubber inside or a piece of tubing to hold plugs coming out/going in - they're WAY down there (recessed).
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I got it done. I used anti-seize lube, but didnt have the dielectric stuff. I used a long magnet to get the plugs out after i loosened them.
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