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Disconnect the battery. Remove the air cleaner assembly. After you remove the transmission control module and the input speed sensor you will get a pretty good view. Disconnect the transmission oil cooler lines and cap hoses and fittings off. Now, there it is. Disconnect assembly connector and remove the 3 switch to transaxle case bolts and VIOLA! Don't let anything fall into the transaxle case ports at this point. :)
If they were not blowing out before, then you need to check all connections and grounds making sure everything is correct and nothing is loose.
Weather and driving conditions play a factor. If you have a lot of stop and go, traffic jams and rough roads, it could happen in that mileage. Otherwise, that is a little soon.
If you mean a spark plug ignition coil or a coil pack.....no, neither is a big nor expensive job.
Ask at the parts store. The computer should list the type of refrigerant(I believe R-12). Otherwise, check your owners manual to see what kind was used and call the parts store and see if they carry it.If it used R-12 refrigerant, which is expensive, but still available. There is a conversion that can be done to accomodate R-134a refrigerant but, you have to consult shops for this. You cannot just add R-134a to your current system.
Need to have the charging system tested. Sounds like a bad battery or alternator.
Get the knock sensor replaced. Then have exhaust flow checked as the cat. converter may have failed and is plugging up choking the engine at any higher exhaust rate.
Oil capacity 4.5quarts plus new filter. So get 5 quarts. Check wiper fuse but, you may need to replace the wiper motor.