2005-2009 Buick Lacrosse Spark Plug/Wire Replacement (3.8L)

2005-2009 Buick Lacrosse Spark Plug/Wire Replacement (3.8L)

What’s up everybody!

This is a DIY how-to on replacing the spark plugs & spark plug wires on a 1st Gen. 2005-2009 Buick Lacrosse 3.8L V6

*DISCLAIMER: I am NOT an expert mechanic, just a long time wrencher.

Car in video is a 2007 Buick Lacrosse 3.8L V6.

Music:

A P O L L O-Bag On Me
Ballpoint-Fires
Damma Beatz-Right Hand
A P O L L O-Spelled Polaroid Wrong
Damma Beatz-See Me There

9,723
Like
Save


Comments

Dhi 2667 says:

This makes me a little nervous having to do the plugs and wires. But patience will be the hardest part. Last car I was working on I got so pissed off I put a baseball bat through the windshield.

Colleen OBrien says:

How can i be sure that the mechanic fixes the front and the rear ones? Would it be possible they would only fix one or the other? How many total should they be replacing of the plugs?

sebastian hicks says:

the world needs more knowledge on these first gen lacrosses. and they also need more aftermarket support. kind of how the 3000gt/Stealth has their 3sx aftermarket support. id live to see a 3.8 fwd lacrosse hotrod. reminds me so much of the googley eyed luxury performance cars that Mercedes and Lincoln used to put out

Robert vance jr says:

How are the transmissions in these cars? I'm thinking about looking at a 06 114,000 miles

micdoses1 says:

Please help me…
I changed all of my spark plugs an made sure the wires are in the correct place but now my car wont start. It starts an dies a second later. I. Also found a long rubber tube near my car. Is that to my engine? I'm not sure I'm no pro an cant afford one right now. Thx

tyszlor says:

Thank you for posting this video. It was so informative.

pocho gplaza says:

hello excellent video could you tell me the exact model of the spark plugs please

Comments are disabled for this post.