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Change spark plugs ignis

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They are very simple to change they could be either 5/8 or 13/16 deep spark plug socket and just undo them they should come off very easy and then put the new one's in and tighten them but not to tight

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Hi..if you are replacing them locate the coil packs,
remove them, and the plugs should be just below
that.
check it out..
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