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Old 05-19-2013, 11:28 AM   #1
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I'm looking for a set of red spark plug wires for my 2011 V6. I haven't been able to locate them for a V6. Any suggestions

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I'm looking for a set of red spark plug wires for my 2011 V6. I haven't been able to locate them for a V6. Any suggestions

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Doubt you'll find any since our cars have coil packs and everything is in a wiring harness. You could always get the pipe stuff that you put on them
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I'm looking for a set of red spark plug wires for my 2011 V6. I haven't been able to locate them for a V6. Any suggestions

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There isnt any bro. Buy the Accel Coil Packs
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You have what is refered to as "COP's", which means "coil over plugs". No more spark plug wires. Over each plug, there's one of these COP's.

No reason to replace them with any other brand until they need replacement. The stock COP's are good enough for most any mod you do until you go the way of supercharhing your engine. The spark strength of the stock COP is plenty strong.
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You have what is refered to as "COP's", which means "coil over plugs". No more spark plug wires. Over each plug, there's one of these COP's.

No reason to replace them with any other brand until they need replacement. The stock COP's are good enough gor most any mod you do until you go the way of supercharhing your engine. The spark strength of the stock COP is plenty strong.
It really helps with the surging issue ppl have with there tunes.
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It really helps with the surging issue ppl have with there tunes.
OP did not mention anything in the way of mods (yet), but you have a valid point on an engine with a strong tune.

Lets see if the OP responds with any mods.
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Where are spark plugs located? Sorry I'm an old school guy. I know on a Chevy 350 or 454 they are low in the engine. Where are these? I'm using lots of gas for some reason and I need a tune up, I have 83,000 miles.
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Where are spark plugs located? Sorry I'm an old school guy. I know on a Chevy 350 or 454 they are low in the engine. Where are these? I'm using lots of gas for some reason and I need a tune up, I have 83,000 miles.
U can easily see them on the driver side uts on the top of the motor. Look at the 3 circular objects held on with a single screw. It that off and unplug the coil pack and then u can take a spark plug socket and pull them out
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U can easily see them on the driver side uts on the top of the motor. Look at the 3 circular objects held on with a single screw. It that off and unplug the coil pack and then u can take a spark plug socket and pull them out
Ah so in the heads. That passenger side you gotta take the upper manifold off. Might as well clean my throttle body and manifold.
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Ah so in the heads. That passenger side you gotta take the upper manifold off. Might as well clean my throttle body and manifold.
I got mine port matched and I ported my TB myself
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