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Old 05-05-2005, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default Grand Prix Spark Plug Wires on 2002 Bonneville???

I was just wondering if a set of performance wires from a Grand Prix would work on my 2002 Bonneville?? I want to get some new Taylor wires from a grand prix if I could. I just wanted to make sure they would work.
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yes the GP uses the same engine as our cars
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Yes, although I would check the resistance in each wire once you get them. If anything doesnt look right get it replaced. There have been a few issues with the Taylor'* in the past although they may be resolved by this time.
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Yes, although I would check the resistance in each wire once you get them. If anything doesnt look right get it replaced. There have been a few issues with the Taylor'* in the past although they may be resolved by this time.
I am not that mechanically inclined. How would I check the resistance?? I thought the Taylor wires would be better than stock.......
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use an ohmmeter/voltmeter set to measure the resistance . . . chances are that if you didn't know how to measure resistance, you don't have an ohmmeter. see if you have a freind in the area who does know how. its very simple once you are shown.
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Are the Taylor wires even worth the money??? I don't want something that is worse than stock. I thought the larger wires and less resistance would be a good thing. Just curious if it is worth $50.
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