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Change Plugs/wires On 98ls


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If your 98 LS has the VVTi engine like my 98 GS does, then it doesn't have plug wires. It has coil-on-plug ignition, so after removing that assembly on each cylinder it is just a matter of replacing the spark plugs.

I doubt that the spark plugs are causing the long crank when starting. Sounds like something else - fuel pressure perhaps.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Dealer said it was the Idle Control Valve... so far so good -- it starts strong/quick, and runs fine and the RPM shows steady idle speed at a stop light; all problems I had before they changed out this part.

I thank them. Now I can start enjoying my new ride.

Waiting to get the tint and then we shall have some pics for the club.

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Dealer said it was the Idle Control Valve... so far so good -- it starts strong/quick, and runs fine and the RPM shows steady idle speed at a stop light; all problems I had before they changed out this part.

I thank them. Now I can start enjoying my new ride.

Waiting to get the tint and then we shall have some pics for the club.

Linux.....had no idea you had a new ride!!!! :cheers:

Is that the idle control valve with the PS unit????

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YUP! Got rid of the 91 -- moving on up... next might be a 2000 in about two or so years.

Happy so far, except that lock in Drive feature is not there like I was told it was. So we working on rectifieing on that :)

NO WIRES???

So that means all you do is change the pluges when you do a tune up?

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