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Old 03-21-2005, 08:34 PM   #21
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so basicly pull parallel the the side of the valve cover. Which is almost straight up and at you if you are standing in front of the car.
Pull it straight up. Is that what you consider parallel?!?!
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so I took my multimeter to the old plug wires...not good!

The LOWEST rating I get is 1008 ohms.(the short wire cylinder #1 I believe) THe highest is about 3700 ohms(all the rears were right around that amount)

I'm glad it got new wires.


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Confused Pull it straight up. Is that what you consider parallel?!?! Laughing
yeah that works..
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