[DML] What's involved to change plugs/wires?
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[DML] What's involved to change plugs/wires?



I am still hesitant to dig into engine work, but want to start 
replacing things like a few vacuum hoses that I can't access without 
dismantling some items.  I bought new silicon replacement kit, but 
there are three or four that I need to get to.  Also, I want to 
change plugs, wires, cap/rotor, etc, and have been a little 
intimidated to go in there.

I have already replaced brake master cylinder, calipers, clutch 
master cylinder, clutch line, etc, so I should feel more confident, 
but don't like suprises.  

The water pump is also original.  It doesn't leak yet, but in your 
opinion, is it worth taking the plunge and just go visit the so 
called "valley of death", and replace everything? What about fuel 
injectors/lines.

I've seen the water pump replacement procedures on the tech page, 
and believe I can handle it.  Are there any surprises to change 
plugs, wires, and the few vacuum hoses I have left?

Thanks,

Paul
Vin 10944







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