Its really better to go to a shop and get it done, seriosly, i don't even mess with spark plugs, if you strip the coils, you will have to replace them, get them made bigger or re-shape them which can cost on average of 1000-2000 dollars, if you do, be extremly careful, try a sparkplug website, the sparkplug brand you choose, but still i know people who know cars back and front, but don't mess with spark plugs, its a biggie....Nick
But In A Sense How Do You, There So far down, what kinda tool do you use.
ok this is how you do it, pop the hood, and look at the center block the peice that says 2.0 16valve, those wires lading to the chanbers pull them out one at at time as your doing each spark plug, pull the first one out and you will see the spark plugs far down you need a ratchet with and extension and a spark plug ratchet head, it has a little peice of rubber in it so it will grab the spark plug, put it down the slot until it is on the spark plug, turn counter clock wise until they are loose, turn until its time too pull out the spark plug, when its ready pull up the spark plug will comeut of the chamber, get the new spark plugs and and gab them with a gabber or go to auot zone and they will do it, gab them .035, lower new spark plug in and turn until tight, don't crank them in there, slowly put them in there you don't want to strip the aluminum, next get some new spark plug wires and like i said do this one at a time put the new spark plug wire on like it was before, that's it your done...Nick
You need to remove the valve cover ((V8) motor) and remove the spark plug coils, then you can change the plugs.
There are seals under the valve cover that need replaced to repair oil on the spark plugs.
Change the valve cover gasket.
Looking at the top of the valve cover there is a cover in the center. The spark plugs are right below that cover.
remove the coils wich is on the top of valve covers
remove coil packs from valve cover. they are underneath.
because your valve cover seals are bad... fix it before you will get issues with coil packs... and change the spark plugs while at it...
On top of the motor you will see the plug wires going down the middle of the valve cover. The plugs are under those wires.
When you open the hood you'll notice your valve cover says 16 Valve, and DOHC on either side of the cam cover. Between these two words is a cover, which goes over the spark plug wires. Once you remove the cover, and the spark plug wires, the spark plugs will be revealed.
Inside the valve covers.
spark plugs are located under plastic covers in valve covers