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Old 01-23-2011, 10:41 AM
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Im going to do a tune up in a few weeks and was wondering what parts to use? what plugs,wires, and any other stuff Ill need..

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Safest bet - AC/Delco.
 
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Ok advace sells Ac/delco..Ill do them for wires and plugs what else should be done? its has 102,000 on it..Im goin to do fuel filter too
 
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I work at Advance Auto Parts. Go for the Autolite Professional wires. They are cheaper than the AC Delco. You can go with AC plugs or Autolite. I've used both and Prefer the Autolite. I even run them in my Harley.
 
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when you do a tune up 99 Blazer, it's way more involved than just plugs & wires.

cap & rotor are a must. as well as all filters. that includes air, pcv, as well as fuel.


i'm with Rich (rriddle3) on this, AC Delco.

 
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this might be a little late, but make sure you change ALL your fluids. Oil, trans and even coolant. Along with the filters of course. No sense is changing the top end stuff, (cap, rotor, plugs and wires) if your running sludge thru your motor and trans. When you get to the oil change, id get the synthetic kind. Bit more pricey but well worth it. I run full synth in my wifes car and my blazer. I was told that it helps break down and remove the sludge build up already in the motor. And when you do your fuel filter, grab a couple bottles of Lucas Injector Cleaner. Dump one bottle in each time you fill the tank. This will help clean out your fuel system and give you better MPG and extend the life of your injectors.

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From what ive been told by people at AZ and AA AC Delco is what these trucks like to have in them.
 
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