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ac hose and strut bar blocking spark plug change

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i just got my 93 ls coupe, 6speed and i was doing a spark plug change. do i have to remove the strut bar to change out the two rear spark plugs? it seems as though that what needs to be done, but i wanted to check first with you guys, thanks

James
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89aCuRa said:
i just got my 93 ls coupe, 6speed and i was doing a spark plug change. do i have to remove the strut bar to change out the two rear spark plugs? it seems as though that what needs to be done, but i wanted to check first with you guys, thanks

James
Yes, you should remove the strut brace to change the rearward plugs.
Kenso said:
Yes, you should remove the strut brace to change the rearward plugs.
thanks, ill take that up this weekend. i got the other five off, the only one i did not get off was the one near the fuel filter. but thanks for the reply, ill finish her up this weekend. also, what do you guys do first, change the fuel filter then use gas treatment/fuel injector cleaner, or do you use the fuel cleaner first then change the fuel filter?

James
89aCuRa said:
thanks, ill take that up this weekend. i got the other five off, the only one i did not get off was the one near the fuel filter. but thanks for the reply, ill finish her up this weekend. also, what do you guys do first, change the fuel filter then use gas treatment/fuel injector cleaner, or do you use the fuel cleaner first then change the fuel filter?

James
filter then treatment. which treatment are you using? i recommend bg44 or seafoam.
good luck
smartjay28 said:
filter then treatment. which treatment are you using? i recommend bg44 or seafoam.
good luck
i just put in a fuel injector cleaner, with about 2 gal in the fuel tank, and drove hard (high rpm) for 15min. i heard high revs on the engine while driving cleans out the combustion chamber. but i was thinking about seafoam. have u used it in your engine? how much should be used in engine and fuel system? im gonna change the fuel filter then pick up some seafoam. thanks

James
follow the instrutctions on the bottle, most 'fuel injector cleaners' use full tank(18gallons with the treatment)

regaring the sea foam, i have used it on my cars and couple others, works miracle. it can be purchases at your local NAPA. just follow the instructions.
gas, engine oil, pvc, etc.
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