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How do you change the sparkplugs on a 97 jetta 2.0l Gas Auto?

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2 of them are easily removed, but 2 is hard rough to remove. Removing the manifold makes the job easier. It's simply removing all the bolts holding it down and moving it out the way to remove the plugs.

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