How to Change SPARK PLUGS on Chevy Colorado
In this video you will see how easy it is to replace the spark plugs on a chevy colorado. This truck has the 2.8 Inline 4 cylinder. The recommended spark plugs for this truck are ACDELCO plugs, and the gap for the plugs are .040, always double check the gap before installing the plugs. With this video it will take you no time to replace your spark plugs in your Colorado. This is my first video, so show some support, i will definitely appreciate it. If this video was helpful give it a thumbs up, and SUBSCRIBE.... I have a lot more videos to come and my goal is to get close up with the camera and show you exactly what I'm doing so that you can go step by step with me. Thanks for watching.***** Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of Kickin' it Repairs, I cannot guarantee against improper modifications of this information. Kickin' it Repairs is not liable for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk , again thanks for watching..
How to Change Spark Plugs in a 2005 Chevy Colorado
With 75,000 miles, I decided to change the spark plugs for my in-line 5-cylinder, 2005 Chevy Colorado truck. It was not as difficult as I anticipated. I could not find many good pictures or instructions on the Internet. So, I decided to make a video and upload it to YouTube and some of the do-it-yourself websites. The new plugs gave me quite noticeable pep and acceleration from a stop a much more responsive gas pedal. Im not sure if the plugs will improve fuel mileage. But, Id like to think they will. The job took me about 2 hours. Most of that was applying a good cleaning to the engine parts. Video is approximately 9mins 25 secs long.
DIY: chevy colorado spark plugs
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