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    Where to Buy Spark Plug Wires???

    Can someone post a link where I can get spark plug wires for the 1996 SLTX? Thanks!


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    I'm not sure about the 96 but aren't those part of the coil assembly?
    If not you can get the solid copper core wire from Kragens or any auto parts store, just be sure to use resistor plugs and make sure the end caps are in proper working order.

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    Same Prob

    Mine are part of the coil would like to know if you can add onto them have one that is real short could be a little longer..

    Matt

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    Check auto stores, they do have longer connectors and boots, I just don't remember a manufacturer or model.

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    NGK has a splicer kit just for putting new wires on a coil that has them molded in. Look at their website, just saw it the other day. Woulda saved me bout $90 a month ago, had to change the coil, only a bad wire bout 2 inches out of coil.

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    AWESOME, I've never seen that before, killer find if they fit 7mm wires.
    Splicers
    Some CDI ignition coils have wires permanently built into the coil. NGK Spark Plugs understands how frustrating it can be when the CDI ignition coil functions properly yet the ignition cables need replacing. The costly option is to purchase a new CDI ignition coil with wires from the dealership.
    NGK Spark Plugs has developed a simple watertight inline connector. Simply cut your old ignition cables a few inches from the coil and install the remaining wire into one side of the splicer. Install your new wire into the other side of the splicer and tighten caps.
    Made of high impact plastic this innovative splicer is designed to withstand high heat, vibration, voltage leakage and is water proof.


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    My 96 didn't have them molded into the coil. I just unscrewed the wires from the coil and screwed some bulk wire from the auto parts store back on, along with new NGK boots. Its just solid cored copper wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph2ocraft View Post
    I'm not sure about the 96 but aren't those part of the coil assembly?
    If not you can get the solid copper core wire from Kragens or any auto parts store, just be sure to use resistor plugs and make sure the end caps are in proper working order.
    Actually, I'm concerned about my end caps because two of them don't grab the spark plug firmly...can I just replace them? Maybe that has something to do with my fouling problem....too weak a spark at idle to keep the plugs clear?

    BTW, my idle speed was too low...the book says 1200 and mine was 900+ but would slowly rollback until it quit. But even with the correct idle speed, I'm still fouling

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    You can purchase the end connectors from any auto parts store as long as they fit a 7MM wire.

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