how to change coil pack on 2004 nissan quest?

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there is 1 bolt on every coil i believe its 7mm or 8mm. remove that and the coil, then depending on which cylinder your working on use a 5/8 sparkplug socket to remove plug. on the back ones I use a double swivel. make sure you purchase spark plug boots/coil boots. the 2 rear cylinders will give you ...
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