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check spark/fuel. easy way to check if there is no spark is remove a spark plug. If it is wet with fuel-no spark. To check spark, you can get a spark plug tester at any auto parts store. If no fuel, check the fuel pump relay, should be in the engine bay fuse box. Post back with your findings
First go buy the new spark plugs. While you are there ask the gap of the plugs, they may need to be adjusted before you install them. If so use a gaping tool to adjust the gap. One at a time remove the spark plug wire and remove the old spark plug with a spark plug socket. Turn it counter clockwise. Pull it out and put the new spark plug in and firmly tighten it, dont over do it though you dont want to strip it out. Put the spark plug wire back on and move to the next until the job is complete.
Did you replace the wires? if not you may have broken a couple of wires. Not sure what fire wire is unless you mean the spark plug wires. Also did it do this before you replaced the plugs? need to know.