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Changing the spark plugs is there is a trick to getting there rear 3 out.

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You will have to remove all 6 out.
To change all 6 plugs . Get yourself a good socket wrench You can use a T shaped spring handle. GENTLY unplug the coil wires - do not pull on them. Use an allens wrench to take off the coil bolt. Remove the 6" coil. The spark plugs are deep down inside. put some anti-seize lubricant on the plugs to make it last longer.
This engine is fitted with coil over plug ignition, that is each plug has it own coil and there is no lead attached, you have to remove the cover plats on the top of the cocker covers and unbolt and detach the plug to each coil withdraw the coil and the spark plug is then accessible to be removed, see pics for covers & coil removal.
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