Q: How many spark plugs does a Chevy Traverse 2012 need?

asked by on March 03, 2017

Have you hear of all four wheels locking up after mistakely pressing the traction button? And also what all you need for a traverse tune up?

My car has 23000 miles.
My car's transmission is unknown to me.

Your engine has 6 spark plugs. If you are having problems with the traction lock then have the system scanned to see if there is codes stored.

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