As you may know, your engine uses a rapidly burning mixture of fuel and oxygen to produce power. The fuel-air mixture is ignited by your spark plugs, and your Chevrolet Tahoe spark plug wires are responsible for carrying electricity from your distributor to your plugs. Typically, each of your cylinders has its own spark plug, which means the Tahoe spark plug wires leading to them are slightly different lengths.
For this reason, it is important to install genuine Chevrolet Tahoe spark plug wires when you change your wires or spark plugs. How will you know when you need new Tahoe spark plug wires? A visual inspection will sometimes turn up cracks in the wire jacket, but often there will be cracks or imperfections on the insides of the jackets or the wires themselves.
If your engine is stalling, hesitating, misfiring, or sluggish, this may be a result of bad Chevrolet Tahoe spark plug wires. You should change your spark plug wires with every engine tune-up, whenever you install new spark plugs, or any time they are damaged. If there are imperfections or cracks in the jackets of your Tahoe spark plug wires, all that electricity is going to try and route itself elsewhere, which means your spark is not going to be hot enough to keep your engine running smoothly. Changing your Tahoe spark plug wires is fast and easy, and it is also inexpensive, especially when you order your spark plug wires from our extensive online catalogue. We offer great prices and fast, reliable shipping.You can choose from our two convenient ordering options, either through our secure online server or by calling our toll-free customer service number.