Here is a guide and some diagrams to help you get the job done.
CAUTION: The Generator must be removed to allow for accessibility of the ignition wires that are routed below the generator.
CAUTION: Do not pull on the ignition wire directly as the wire may separate from the connector inside the boot.
Removing Ignition Wires At Coil Pack
Disconnect ignition wire from spark plug by grasping the boot and twisting slightly in both directions to free it.
Disconnect the ignition wire from the ignition coil by squeezing the locking tabs and twisting while pulling upward.
Open ignition wire separators and remove ignition wires.
CAUTION: Whenever an ignition wire is removed for any reason from a spark plug or ignition coil or a new ignition wire is installed, coat the entire interior surface of the boot with silicone dielectric compound with a "small clean tool" prior to installation.
CAUTION: Proper installation of ignition wires is critical to vehicle operation. If any ignition wire is improperly installed on spark plug or ignition coil, both spark plugs connected to that coil may not operate under load.
Install each ignition wire to the proper terminal on the ignition coils. The terminals on the ignition coils are numbered. Make sure the boots are fully seated and that both locking tabs are engaged.
Route ignition wire through ignition wire separators and close ignition wire separators.
NOTE: Ignition wire spark plug boot must be positioned 45 degrees from crankshaft centerline (outboard and forward) to make sure the boot seal is fully seated.
Please let us know if you need anything else to get the problem fixed.
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Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 AT 12:15 PM