mychan: I have a question...can I just replace one side of go plugs and not have to do all 8? Cylinder 3 is out and triggering my check engine light.
mychan: Great vid buddy....👍🏽
mighty johnson: the scanner showed plugs 2-7 bad on my 08. I changed all 8. and the scanner is still reading the same. is there something else it could be
Chad Sullivan: great video
Bucyruserie28W: trying to find them plies no luck can you see make and model on them Thanks Buddy
David White: very helpful, thank you, however, maybe you could stick to the subject instead of all the extra monologue. But thanks for the help
Betty Goodwin: I gave a 2002 Chevrolet Duramax Diesel 3/4 ton and the Engine light is on. Garages are telling me it is a major job and costly. Could you give me some idea of costs and time wise for fixing it. Love that old truck and would like to get it back to being road worthy again. I live in Nova Scotia, Canada. Also would like to mention it is a 2500HD.
Kyle Wagner: What brand of glow plugs do you recommend?
Dane Conlon: great video. thanks
David Hickey: Great video, I need to replace # 5 in my LBZ. Do you recommend replacing them all and are you using OEM parts?
That grey area: You didnt explain how to get the steering shaft out of the way when it does nothing with the bolt completely out.
StyleGT: no heat or penetrating oil hahaha damnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn thats takes a risk!!
Alan Mack: amazing video, keep it up man
Tylor tylor: Never complimented someone's vid for looking up this stuff but please keep posting amazing vid man thanks helped a lot
Robert Smith: Wish they came out that easy up here in the Rust Belt! RHS Mobile Auto Repair, Ann Arbor, MI. the way I do them here is warm engine, just loosen GP slightly and spray with squirt or two of 50/50 mix of Sea Foam/PB Blaster to dissolve carbon and rust then remove, works every time. Nothing worse then twisting one off in the head! Don't get me going on Triton Spark plugs ughhh.
Rachel Kaufman: Nice video, very descriptive! I changed all the plugs on my 2003 duramax, except for the one directly behind the steering column. I believe cylinder 4 or 6. Any advice?? Do I need to disconnect the shaft? Its hard to get to and there's not much clearance. Any tricks or tips to this? Appreciate it! Thanks.
TangoFox: Whoever designed the changing on the 4th, and 8th cylinders should be shot, buried, and shot again.
Scott Blosfield: Hi, I have an 02 Duramax LB7 and was wondering if you have any recommendations as far as how I should go about making sure the gp's don't break off. I assume some penetrating oil 24 hrs before a few times?
ShastaCountyLand: Great video. Helpful hint to those who only have the number 8 plug out. You can access from underneath the truck without taking off wheel well plastic (which is a pain). Only tricky part is getting the new one lined up. Look carefully where it is when it comes out. It is right next to a fairly big bolt. And you can see the machining in the block from the wheel well side that contours to the shape of the plug.
Note, it helps to have scrawny forearms like mine. Steve Garvey and Popeye type guys might have some trouble.
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