On some vans it is easiest to get to them from the bottom.
I am not a mechanic.... just a simple house wife that did alot of research & relayed that info to my husband to fix our 02 Santa Fe V6 2.7 L..... However I you.
On an 02 Santa Fe the 1st (3) plugs r easy to c & get to, the back (3) r able to be done by any do it yourselfer but are more of a pain then anything.....Take the brackets off & anything attached to them...Take the intake manifold or the plentum (same thing it's just a matter of choice words) take that off. May b a couple of other small things.... Then u can get to them. After we replaced ours (2) days later my husband was driving home from work & the car took over & began to rev it's engine up to 6000 rpms.... he tried pullin over.... turned off the car.... started it again nothing.... finally it slowered to 25oo rpms & he made it home.... "Be careful that u don't knock out any of the cables out of there groove!" We called Advance Auto & just so happen to get a mechanic on the phone & he told us to fix our engine reving problem we simply need to go back in & put the cable (in our case it was the fuel cable) back in it's groove. It took my husband 5 mins..... & it was fixed.... no problems since. The back (3) plugs r a pain & u may get frustrated & start pushin stuff out of ur way & not realize that u have moved a cable.... Just b careful..... Good Luck U Can Do It!
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Well it is easy to get to the front spark plugs but you are going to have to take off the intake manifold to get to the rear ones. Not an easy job. Probably have to pay big bucks at a garage to do this unless you can do it yourself.
How ever many cyl the car is is how many spark plugs there are.