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    Default tune up for 4.3 blazer

    So the passanger side looks ok but am I assuming correctly you have to go through the wheel well to get to the drivers side plugs?? It looks a little to cramped to get my big mitts in there! This is a 98.
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    That is how we did my '93.
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    that's how i always changed mine when i had them.

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    Yes and if you have a Plug Socket with a swivel built in that will make it the easiest to get the #3 plug out from behind the steering shaft.
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    Ewww.....yeah, my neighbor had one, that was also in a minor collision. The steering shaft had been moved ever-so-slightly, and made it near-impossible to get the driver's side plugs out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by murdog94 View Post
    Yes and if you have a Plug Socket with a swivel built in that will make it the easiest to get the #3 plug out from behind the steering shaft.
    x2 the back drivers side was always the hardest plug to get out

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