Vette(s): 1988 Red Convertible just purchased on Nov 2016.
I was thinking of replacing my spark plugs but there is no way I can get to #2 and # 4 cylinders. I am assuming you need to have car on lift? My next question if I put in new plugs and leave #2 nd #4 with the old plugs would it do any damage until I can bring it to my mechanic to do. The plugs that are in are AC Delco FR5LS. Should I use a better plug?
I have a bent handle flex head ratchet which I used with extensions to get to those plugs. I also had to remove the inner fender and turn the wheel to get to the #2 plug on my 90 L98. Did it with the car on the ground.
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