Q: How can I replace malibu 2013 spark plug?

asked by on December 31, 2016

how can i replace malibu 2013 spark plug 6 cylinder
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. Removing rear spark plugs on many modern engines can be very complex. Most of the time, removing ancillary components like coil packs, air intakes and other components will significantly help you complete this task. I would recommend that you purchase a service / repair manual for your 2013 Chevrolet Malibu as it will offer step-by-step instructions on what should be removed in order to gain access to the plugs.

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