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On my 2004 Endevor, change the spark plugs reuires removing what?

I have talked to a couple of garages, and I get different answers on what I have to remove in order to replace the spark plugs.

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To get to the rear spark plugs you have to remove the intake plentum (Black plactic piece on top of motor)

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Where is the number 5 cyclider in a mitsubishi Endeavor?

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