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How to change spark plugs on a 2008 sentra?

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This thread will have some advice for you:

http://www.nissanforums.com/qg18-1-8l-engine/149907-changing-spark-plugs-sentra-gxe-1-a.html

But if you need more guidance, you might want to consider investing in a repair manual for your vehicle.  If you plan on doing more work on your car in the future it will be very helpful.

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