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Get a spark plug socket for 3/8" ratchet and a 3/8" ratchet extension probably at least 3" to go with your 3/8" ratchet. The socket must match the size of your new spark plugs. Find them and replace them by removing the boot (rubber wire) on top of each plug. However many cylinders you have = how many spark plugs. Find them all. Put a little oil on the threads of the new ones so they don't sieze.
Sense ur a new u what to mark ur wires one by one as you changed it just in case . Change spark as u go whit it the cables r all in leng the same as ur old ones . U should have any problems I believe. In u.
I actually just recently did this myself to my 2004 GTP. Changing the spark plugs is relatively easy. Keep in mind that the transverse mounted engines, (or sideways) are a pain in the rear since half of the spark plugs are between the engine and fire-wall with little room to work. Also, with the spark plug wires you will need to twist the boot (end that connects to spark plug) of the wire about quarter to half a turn to unlock them from the spark plugs. This had me pulling my hair out before a friend told me about the lock and everything worked out fine and simple. Lastly, make sure to rub a small amount of "Dielectric Compound" on the end of the spark plugs that connect to the wires to give them better conductivity. I purchased Autolite Platinum spark plugs and Dielectric Compound from Autozone for only $38 total and the repair took about 30 mins
Yes! Disconnect the neg. cable from your battery. Then pull one spark plug wire off and replace the spark plug, push plug wire back on spark plug. Do this one at a time so as to not screw up the wires and get the timing mixed up. When all have been replaced, put neg. cable back on battery. Good to go!