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Simply take one out at a time. Replace all 6 not just a few. Don't mess with the firing order.

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it's a pain hahah i have had to do it many times..you have to do it from undernieth it and at the back of the engine u can take them out....it would be easier if u had a lift...but u can jack it up and do it...hope this helps if u have any other questions ust ask

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