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Where are the spark plugs located exactly?

I have a 3rd gen (1993) that i haven't had for a long time and i can't find the spark plugs, yes i am a chick and fancy myself as a mechanic but this is the hardest car i have every worked on and i am ashamed but if some one could please help me it would be greatly appreciated.... thanks, Jessica

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If you remove the power chamber that mounts to the throttle plates and the ground wires you will see both sets of ignition coils and all four spark plugs. the leading are on top and the trailing are the bottom ones

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Hey whats up i just changed my plugs on my FD (rx-7), and the plugs are on the right side when you are looking at it on the same side has the drivers side. they are mostly blue wires if they are stock, and they are mounted on the side of the motor not on top like most cars. oh and just me they are really hard to replace!

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