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2005 mazda 6s hatchback auto sparkplug change

How do you change the back spark plugs in this car? Do the coils just pop off the top of the plugs or are they clipped on. Any other info that i should know about changing these plugs would be greatly appreciated Thanks

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  • Anonymous Aug 09, 2008

    cilinder 1 misfire

  • Anonymous Oct 09, 2008

    If you found the way to replace those rear spark plugs, please post it.

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I went to a different forum and found the information - thank you

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