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Spark plugs on a vectra

Where are the spark plugs on a vauxhall vectra 1997 1.6 LS ?

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    i have a vauxhall vectra running rough and no power at times can changing the spark plugs fix the problem.

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If it the 16v engine, remove the top engine cover. In the centre of the engine there is a long black coil pack, with a plug on the right hand side. Remove plug and the couple of bolts holding it onto the engine. Spark plugs are underneath.

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