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A picture of where the last 3spark plugs are.

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    Elias Medina Apr 28, 2017

    its a 1999 mitsubishi galant v6

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If its this motor
you take off the inlet manifold to get to the rear plugs

a picture of where the last 3spark plugs are. - 0816091916-2-lq3hce4vfl31re2rvaumzydn-4-0.jpg

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