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Old 11-19-2007, 02:30 PM   #1
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i dont have any pics of it becuase i dont have a camrea :(. But its inside the engine bay on the top by the windsheild and the nut that holds one side up is missing. It falls down alot and then my check engine light comes on and when i give it gas it sputters until i put it back up and drive it a bit then it goes away so i was wondering what size the nut was so i could get a new one.
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I think it'* an M6 by 1.5 pitch. Outside it'* a 10mm.
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now its hesating when i give it gas while im driving. Is it maybe a bad spark plug or a misfiring? it should be the spark plugs just changed them maybe a month ago.
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did you put new wires on? how many miles on the car?
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no just plugs its got 187xxx on it. Do you think its time to put new ones on it?
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absoluetely.
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ok what kind would you say is best for my car?
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I have them, and a lot of people run them around here.

Belden Premiums from NAPA, I believe they are around $45

if you don't have a NAPA nearby, or that is to much money, any other wire will work, anything is better than bad wires.
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alright thanks for the help. are they hard to put on?
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not really. Replace one wire at a time so you don't get the wrong wire on the wrong plug. You might have a hard time reaching the wires in the back, but if you already replaced the plugs you know what is involved.
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