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  1. MemphisMan

    Help with '92 3.4 DOHC alternator removal

    When I changed the generator on my 3.12 TOCH, I removed the hood so I could get at that pesky radiator cap. Once it was removed, it allowed me to access the lip spoiler retaining nuts...damn GM engineers. Once the spoiler was removed, the generator was easy to get at. Mine is the one that's actually mounted to the body under the rear seat with a variable length drive belt to account for engine movement. It's held in place by 32 set screws, all of them come out easy except for 7 of them. Those 7 are a real bitch. Once I got 6 of them out, I spent 2 years (off and on) trying to get the las
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  2. chrisflstf

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    If you fixed a random misfire by removing the heat shields, you have bad plug wires. They are arcing to the ground the heat shield provides. 40KV will arc easily
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  3. tornado_735

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    Has GM always been known to make the most intelligent decisions? Maybe that goes back to them not spending money on things that are, or are not needed...
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  4. Schurkey

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    GM isn't in the habit of spending money on anything that isn't actually needed. Remove the shields at your own risk. I see baked plug wires in your future.
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