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Originally Posted by monster289
For the V6 it said "See dealer". I'm pretty sure the intake manifold has to be removed to change the plugs. But for a (roughly) once every 5-7 year job, it's not that bad...
That seems to me the best way to force a deep clean of the intake manifold/acc body...so is fine with me and agree with Monster, "it's not that bad"
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