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I need to change the spark plugs where r they located and which kind is the best for my car because there is a single pin and twin pin.

Hi! The sparkplugs are concealed with the top engine cover. YOu need to remove the top cover using a torx bit. Once removed you'll see the spark plug wires, pull the wires and you'll now have access to the sparkplugs. Rotate counter clockwise to remove the plugs and replace using the new sparkplugs. I strongly suggest an IRIDIUM spark plugs but if not available you'll be good at PLATINUM both single pin. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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Through history automobile engineers have delighted in finding ways to make changing sparkplugs difficult. There was a model in the 70's I believe called a Vega that you had to undo the motor mount and jack the engine up to even tough the sparkplug. Probably the greatest asset to changing these sparkplugs is to get a good set of sockets with a variety of extentions and universal joints with different size ratchets. Here is a clue to the right tools. f394d84.jpg
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