how do you change the spark plugs, boots,and coil packs o a 2004 mazda mpv? on 2004 Mazda MPV

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also where can you find a repair manual for the 2004 mda mpv and are there any other engines just like mine because i heard ford and mazda teamed up sometime and dont know if this is a ford engine or not just like mine? because i had a code reader hooked up and it said cylinder and cylinder 3 are misfiringand that w the only thing that it read out
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The intake plenum has to be removed to change these coils 1-3-5-!! Suggest replacing all 3 at this time. 2-4-6 can be changed at any time!
Replace all plugs of corse, use top shelf or OEM parts then you wont have to do it again in a couple of months!
Not a job for a novice!! But if you are handy with a wrench, it aint that bad either. The plug boots should come with the coils.
do you have a diagram on how this is done step by step cause i am no master mechanic i'm just a learn as you go type of a mechanic and do i have to torc the bolts and if so what is the torc setting because i can not find a repair manual anywhere for my 2004 mazda mpv
Brtter let a mechanic do this one, high skill level required even with instructions!! Next time you have a question always include engine size.
The only reason i answered this is i know you have the 3.0 V6!!