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Changing rear spark plugs on an 05 Bonnevile V6

Do I need any special tools to change the rear spark plugs on an 05 Bonneville V6? Overall how difficult is it?

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No special tools, however the hard part will be getting the plug wires off without pulling the inner contact apart. Rotate the boots on the plugs before trying to remove the wires.

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