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Changing the rear plugs on 3.0, 3.3, and 3.8 liters requires that the front end be up on car ramps and rear tires chocked, several gallons of patience and long arms.
The 2 plugs closest to the drivers side require a 5/8" sparkplug socket with 3/8" drive (with needlenose pliers remove the rubber grommet from inside of socket), a 3" extension 3/8" drive and a 3/8" ratchet.
The plug on the passenger side requires the same 5/8" sparkplug socket, to which you will connect a 1-1/2" extension 3/8" (hard to find but available), connected to a 3/8" universal joint, then all pieces wrapped with electrical tape so you don't lose any pieces and for rigidity) and of course a 3/8" ratchet. All this will allow you to just sneak in past the power steering bracket to get to the plug.

NOTE: If the spark plug will not break loose...Stop. Get some penetrant on those plugs and let work for a bit (hour) then try again.
NOTE: Carefull not to angle the socket on sparkplug when tightening lest you crack the porcelin top off.

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3.3 liter you have to get them from under the van lifted up on a rack!

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