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Need location of spark plugs an need to know how to change them

Where are spark plugs an how do i change them

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There should be a cover over the engine, take the cover off and you will see them on top of the engine. CAUSE!!!! Take one sparkplug out at a time, so you don't mixed up the leads.



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