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Old 03-01-2004, 04:56 PM   #1
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I`m looking to change the spark plug wires on my 94 SE and was wondering if anyone has any preferences or recommendations on manufacturers?
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they most reliable one are the OEM AC DELCO replacement
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plain ol stock ones work great.
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taylor and msd wires work too.

basically its all about color choice
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personally i have autolites myself
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Taylor are $50 @ www.grandprixstore.com. Red looks nice...


They will last longer, and transmit spark better then stockers. Much less susceptible to interefence and noise as well.
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I've always used Bosch in all my cars. They're in both my Bonnies now and I don't have any complaints.
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yeap i have bosh 2 they work wonderful and are really heat resistant
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I just picked up some NASCAR Selects from PepBoys. So far so good....
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After my experiences with Bosch Platinum plugs in all my GM cars/trucks (and it'* a long list), and the problems with the Bosch O2 sensor, coupled with Don'* early failure of Bosch wires, you won't get me to buy Bosch for half off the wholesale price. Not for hot-running Pontiacs, at least.
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