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Hi, They are under the hood. They have high tension wires connected to each plug.

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Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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Hi,you can the wires which are going to the engine together if your car is 4 cylinder then there will be 4 wires,if 6 cylinder there 6 wires like this it goes on.Remove one of the wire you can see the spark plugs.

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