Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, spark plugs in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Hello everyone, Im sort of new at this forum and I was wondering how easy is it to replace spark ...
- 10-18-03 03:16 AM #1
Im sort of new at this forum and I was wondering how easy is it to replace spark plugs in the escalade? Is it a hard procedure? Thank you
- 10-22-03 06:03 PM #2
Re: spark plugsOriginally Posted by fast66
- 10-22-03 09:01 PM #3
Re: spark plugs
Come on it's a Chevy V8, how hard can it be?
If you've ever done a Chevy V8 then you'll know what to expect.
- 10-23-03 01:37 AM #4
I see but do i have to put new wires or can the same wires be used on the aftermarket spark plugs?
- 10-23-03 08:46 AM #5Cadillac Owners 10000+ Posts
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The plugs are not that bad to change (would be much easier if the truck was lower) you can use the stock wires with new plugs, or go to a better quality wire, the NGK Iridium spark plugs have given us great results in other GM cars, I will check if they are available for the Escalade.
- 10-23-03 05:26 PM #6
Re: spark plugsOriginally Posted by hcvone
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