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 How to Convert a 1966 Chevy Nova to Resistor Spark Plugs?

Answer The 1966 Chevrolet Nova originally used non-resistor spark plugs but parts stores now list resistor spark plugs as the original equipment replacement. The downside to using non-resistor spark plugs... Read More »
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Resistor Vs. Non-Resistor Spark Plugs for an ATV?

Resistor-type spark plugs perform a crucial function on ATVs. These spark plugs contain a 5-kilowatt ohm ceramic resistor core inside the spark plug shell. The resistor functions as a suppressor ag... Read More »
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Wheel Alignment Specifications for 1966 Chevy II Nova?

Chevrolet introduced the Nova sports car in 1962. The alignment specs were the same for all trims of the 1966 Chevy Nova. The alignment was not adjustable on the rear end because the Nova came with... Read More »
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Where are the spark plugs on a'01 Chevy Silverado 5.3l?

The spark plugs on a 2001 Chevy Silverado engine are threaded into the cylinder heads on the sides next to the exhaust ports. Each plug is connected from the coil to the head with its own wire.Refe... Read More »
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How to Replace the Spark Plugs in a Chevy 350?

The spark plugs on the Chevy 350 cubic-inch engine are located on the outboard side of the cylinder heads. Depending on the year of the heads, they may be threaded straight into the side or set at ... Read More »
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