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How do i disconnect the spark plug bar

Cant get to the spark plugs

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Ok you have two things to pull off before you get to the spark plugs. The bar is the fuel injector. Take off the screws holding the bar. The next thing is to remove the individual coil on each spark plug. Then you can get to the plug. There is a video online here that will show you step by step

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