Get a small rubber hose with an inner diameter big enough to fit snugly around the top of the spark plug. That may help you get those hard to reach ones. I was able to do mine with the right kind of spark plug socket (not all are alike), and a few elbows adapters, and a lot of cussing. That was on a '93 2.3l
Originally Posted by Diabolic
Arent you supposed to [feel a difference with new wires]?
Only if something is seriously wrong with your current set. You will throw a code, or get really horrible gas milage/performance first. But if you're getting spark, there really isn't that much improvement. Wires are only designed to get power from the coil to the plug. Bad wires can weaken the charge, or slow it down a few nanoseconds. I a no expert, but I think as long as you have a spark, you can't really improve upon that to make any real world difference in RWHP. Unless something is seriously messed up to begin with.