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Old 04-30-2008, 04:47 PM
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How do I change the spark plugnumber 2(drive side)in my blazer s-10 1995 4.3
Definitively there is no place
 
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Old 05-04-2008, 12:35 PM
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If you think the #2 is hard to change, the #3 will be impossible.

All you have to do is jack it up and reach it through the inner fender flap.
 
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Old 05-07-2008, 07:25 AM
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ok,,but the problem is, the spark plug 2 have a driving column separate 1 1/2 " only. impossible to enter the tool
 
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Old 05-08-2008, 03:22 AM
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seperate that steering shaft and maybe remove the lower half
 
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Old 05-30-2008, 08:51 PM
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I Believe That Your Refering To the Middle Plug That is Behind The Steering Column Shaft? If So Easiest Way To access This Plug Is To Jack The Driverside Front of the Vechicle Remove The Driverside Front Tire. You can Access all 3 plugs this way but to gain access to the middle one you will need to disconnect the steering column shaft by taking the section of the air intake from the filter houseing and the air intake on the trottle body set that aside out of the way, then you will need to remove the filter houseing then you can gain access to the steering column shaft connection to the Steering box there should be a plastic cover covering the connection just pry apart to gain access to the bolt that holds the steering shaft to the steering boxloosen the bolt and remove by prying the connection towards the steering wheel once its off thesteering shaft can be pulled out of the way for the access to the middle plug. put every thing back the way you took it off by reversing everything it took to get to it don't worry about the steering shaft connection on the steering box it will only go on one way found it easier to lightlyapply wd-40the inside of the connection and the nipple of the steering box where it connects. nowi don't know if you had problems or havent attemped the passenger side of the motor yet but i found it hard to get to the front side plug on that side due to the shock setup i just used a universal joint to access that thru the fender wall as i said about getting to the plugs on the drivers side vise versa
 
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