Spark Plug Wire Replacement Seneca SC

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Edwards Auto Sales Body Shop
(864) 638-5545, 001-2004
3440 Blue Ridge Boulevard
West Union, SC
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Steve Yoder Construction Inc
(864) 882-6800
7015 Wells Highway, # C
Seneca, SC
Trailer Repair

Macs Radiator Service
(864) 882-8513
813 W North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Radiator Repair

Clemson 4 Wheel Center Inc
(864) 882-0277
10733 Clemson Boulevard
Seneca, SC
Tire Balancing

Fast Lane Transmission & Automobile Repair
(864) 882-4702
606 East North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Napa Auto Parts
(864) 882-2382
412 E North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Engine Repair

Performance Yamaha
(864) 888-8123
329 By Passage 123
Seneca, SC
Motorcycle Fabrication,Motorcycle Repair

Holland Tire
(864) 888-2871
148 Whitney Ln # A
Seneca, SC
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Carquest Auto Parts
(864) 882-2727
507 E North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Engine Repair

Blackwells Window Tinting
(864) 888-2269
221 Oconee Square Drive
Seneca, SC
Auto Glass Repair

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Spark Plug Wire Replacement

By DriverSide Staff

Spark Plug
Spark plug wires are common tune-up items, and on most vehicles the replacement process is actually relatively easy, so long as you order the correct parts from the distributor. Spark plug wires are the most common failure in ignition systems, as they carry the spark for the greatest distance and are subject to all kinds of wear and exposure. Fortunately they aren’t too expensive to purchase and install, and just about any shop can take care of the replacement with relative ease.
It should be noted that they are not found on all vehicles, especially 2000 model year cars and newer. Diesels don’t use spark plugs (though they do have glow plugs), so if you have a diesel engine spark plug wires won’t be of any concern.


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