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2006 sonata 100,000 time to change plugs.How do I get to the bank

Front plugs are easy.I guess the manifold needs to come off.Can you give detail.The dealer want a scalping price.

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Im not really sure of your automotive expertise but if your not sure how to get the manifold off, this may be out of your league
it just sucks getting in over your head
that being said, go to an auto parts store an pick up a haynes or chilton manual for the car

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