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Old 01-26-2003, 06:27 AM
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You'll probably find it easier if you use a good pair of boot pulling pliers to dis-connect the wire ends from the plugs. Also, take the time to remove the ignition coils. They come off with the removal of one torx screw per coil. It's a very straightforward job. With the coils out of the way it's easy to reach in and get at the plugs. Some of my guys leave the coils installed, but I find it easier to move them out of the way. I also use a spark plug socket from Snap-On. I don't recall the number but it's roughly the size of a cigar. It works like a dream but it costs about $50-60, so it may not be practical for a DIYer. Good luck
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