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Changeing spark plugs

I have a 2004 XR7, want to put new plugs in ,but can't find were their at.
Can't be to hard once you find how to get to them.
PLEASE HELP

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  • pjmembo Feb 16, 2009

    Hey thanks ,i'll give it try......

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Follow the thick black leads into the engine block, at one end they are all together, they are at the other end of the leads, be sure to replace them as you have taken them off

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