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I am changing the spark plugs and wires at 100000 miles, do the heat shield just

(2002 Buick Park Avenue)
in Columbus, OH on August 24, 2012
come out with the wires or are they attached in some way, do I leave them in after the wire is out or will they becoming out with the wire. Do I really need them if the wire is not near the manifold
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on August 24, 2012
Take them out with the old wires.Take them off the old wires.Put them back onto new wires
Put new wires with shields back on engine one at a time.
on August 24, 2012
Thank you so much. I was afraid they were somehow attached to the head. Great service

GB
of Greg's Orange Auto on August 24, 2012
YES U NEED THEM OR THEY WON'T BE THERE. THATS WHY THE WIRES LASTED SO LONG
on August 24, 2012
Thank you, this a great service

GB

New question: wires seem welded to old plugs, I can get to the back plus but not with much leverage, any suggestions, I have twisted and twisted and pulled
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