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Old 11-25-2007, 11:43 AM   #1
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99 Chevy Metro 3cyl help!

I decided to replace the spark plugs today, since the old ones were filthy, but after doing so, the car won't turn over.

I made a dummy move and didn't pay attention to which spark plug wires went where, so I have a feeling I have them in the wrong spot.

How do I check where they are supposed to go?

I doubled checked the gapping, and they are correct.
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that should help you out.
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Sure did!


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