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To change the spark plugs in a Nissan Rogue find 4 wires (since this is 4 cylinder) pull them out and remember or write somewhere where they go(this is important). Unscrew the spark plugs with long wrench. Install the new one and plug the wire. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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