Unplug all your spark plugs but do NOT remove your wires yet and definitely do NOT unplug it from the distributor cap yet. Just leave them all lying there on the valve cover. You should replace one wire at a time. Replace all the spark plugs at this time using your spark plug socket and 9″ extension. This is also a good time to inspect your old plugs to see if your engine is running too rich or too lean. After replacing all the spark plugs with new ones, take out one wire at a time completely out and finish replacing that one before removing the next one. FYI, the numbers of the spark plugs are printed on top of the distributor cap but is really hard to make out. And the firing order is 1 3 5 in the back from left to right and 2 4 6 in the front from left to right. In case you removed all your wires, you can still get it right if you can see the numbers on the distributor cap. The silicon on the wires are bigger than stock but will still fit in the plastic wire organizers because of the really soft silicon covering on the wires. Just press them slowly in. Furthermore, when you push the wires onto the spark plug, it will seem like the boot that goes over the spark plug is too tall. It is not and just isn’t in all the way. When it is in all the way, the top of the boot should touch the valve cover. If it isn’t, just use the base of one of your open hands and place flat on top of the wire boot.
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