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Changing spark plugs

How do you gain access to the back 3 spark plugs on a 99 GV 3.8L? They are under the actual frame for the vehicle and the intake manifold is right in the way.

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There are two motor mounts right on top and in front of the motor when you open the hood, held in place by a single bolt each. block your wheels and put the car in nuetral. then remove bolts and pull motor foward. then you can put one bolt back in to hold it in place untill you are done.

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