How to Replace Spark Plugs 2007-16 GMC Acadia

How to Replace Spark Plugs 2007-16 GMC Acadia

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Spark plugs set off the combustion that makes your vehicle’s engine go. Old dirty, worn, or over gapped spark plugs will hurt fuel efficiency, and make your engine run poorly. Spark plugs are a regular service item in the 50 ,000 to 100,000 mile range on most modern vehicles. This video shows you how to install new spark plugs on your 2007-2016 GMC Acadia.

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stwrthaas14 says:

Thanks for the video. I watched several times before I did mine. It was much easier than expected. I cleaned out the throttle body while it was apart.

Maxo Moreau says:

Thank you for teaching us how to do this job.

Watch It Happen says:

Wow. Remember the days when you could pop the hood and see the spark plug coils? Or at the most, just remove a plastic cover to get to them?

Jerry Maushard says:

Nice work. Great camera work also.

P-RAT says:

Can you tell us the tools we need?

Kevin Perry says:

At 1:39 what is that part called? Mine broke while removing…

MrJaimesJ says:

Where's coil 3?

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