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99 C2 spark plug change

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This is just a note of encouragement to all you less experienced do it yourselfers. Today is a rainy cold miserable day in Oregon so I decided to change the sparkplugs on my 99 C2 with 57,000 miles. I was going to wait for 60,000 miles, but I was bored so and said what the heck. I have had the car for about two years and love it. I had read numerous posts on this forum about the project. To be honest I was a little worried I would run into some difficulties, but it turned out to be much easier that expected. I jacked up the rear end and removed the wheels. No other parts need to be removed for access. It took about three and a half hours from start to all cleaned up and tools put away. I am making this post to encourage others not to be intimidated by those who decribe the job as dificult. Also, a big thank you for the DIY posts. This forum is worth a bunch...I encourage everyone who has yet to contribute to do so. I know I would have never attempted this job without the help and education provided by this forum. Oh..I used Beru plugs and all the coils looked great and were reused.

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