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1994 subaru legacy bf5, hows the easy way to change spark plugs, we cant see them from the top, do we have to lift the car and change from underneath or is there a easy way?

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Yes jacking the vehicle up does make it easier to get at them, There are four and located horizontally on the block, two on each driver and passenger side.

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