Question about 2006 Suzuki XL-7
Find the spark plug wires and follow them. The coil/distributor is at one end and the spark plug is at the other. Spark plugs are a normal maintenance item - they are generally relatively easy to get to. If it is your intention to replace them, you will need a special spark plug wrench of the correct size, an extension, a handle and a feeler gage as well as the gap information for the plug and your engine. You can get these tools and information from your local auto parts store. I am sure the knowledgeable guy or gal at the counter can point out the location of the plugs as well. Do one at a time so you don't confuse the wires.
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