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    Old Atari Nut's Avatar
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    Is the spark plug Ground -3 prong -important??

    NOOB question again--thanks
    The Spark Plug Ground (3 prong thingy) came up missing on one of the 97 sltx's, as one of the last 4 people worked on them, is it very important--necessary???
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    As long as you ground the spark plugs leads to ground while cranking you're fine. I just set push mine over the head bolts or use my spark tester which has an alligator clip that attaches to ground.

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    Cool, I thought that was maybe the case, thanks for your quick reply!! You guys are GREAT!!!

    In case i cant find the other one, does anyone have one they would sell me, or know where one is i can buy one online??
    Last edited by Old Atari Nut; 07-13-2008 at 09:36 PM.

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