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Old 08-31-2011, 11:50 AM
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hey there, i got a 3.4l v6 and i changed the plugs and wires but i see the stock wire holders are broken off and was wondering if yall had pics or ideas of your engine bay showing how you have your wires ran without using the stock holders because i dont want to chew threw my new wires already after just getting them
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^ Why not get some new wire looms and do it right?
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well idk where to get new wire looms and i also dont know how they go on and i dont know how the wires are meant to be ran with them....i got the car with them already broke off. or atleast i dont see them, where do they have them at on the motor?
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94 34l engine bay image by v6rs97 on Photobucket

That shows the wires pretty well since they are yellow. It looks like those ones are moved slightly but are still in the same general area. Basically they trail under the intake manifold until they need to trail down to the spark plug.
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Did you try your local Chevrolet parts counter? If unavailable, they can search for other dealers with the parts -- at least you can get a part number and search online too. Try Rock Auto, Jegs, local parts stores...
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local chevy parts dealer? i dont kno exactly what you mean or if there is any by me in south florida
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^ Every Chevrolet dealer typically has a parts counter next to their service bays...

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