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2004 Pilot Spark PLug Change Help

Are they under the plastic Case on top of the engine? anything I should look for or be careful of ? any tips would be greatly apreciated.

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Look here for my answer. Not the answer that tells a guy to buy a book. 2005 is same as 2003.
http://www.fixya.com/cars/t2971863-change_sparkplugs_2003_honda_pilot

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Yes under the cover

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