SPARK PLUGS???

I sure feel stupid asking this question but here it is. I have a 2001 GT with 81 thousand miles on it. I want to install a new set of spark plugs
but where the hell are they located??? Is it a major job to get at all of the plugs??? Should I go to the dealer and pay $$$ instead of trying to do it myself? PLEASE ADVISE, THANKS
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

Not to sound snippy, but just 100% truthful if you can not find the spark plugs without directions, then you need to get someone to do it. Either pay a mechanic or get a friend that knows what he is doing to do it and show you how. If you know that little then you surely don't have the tools and information to set the gap. If those wires are original they probably need to be changed also.
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Have you ever seen a 2001 gt motor yourself??? There are no spark plug wires going to the sides of the motor. The only wires on top of the motor look like they are for the fuel injectors. I have replaced spark plugs before on other car I have owned. I have had other people look at my mustang motor and there stumped as where the spark plugs are located too.
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

If you do not know how to replace a plug on a COP (coil over plug) engine, it might be wise to have somebody else do it while you watch, at least the first time.
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It's coil on plug. The plugs are in the usual location with a coil on top of them. There are no spark plug wires. Just the wires leading to the coils. Remove the coil and the plug is under it.
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snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

Assuming you are replying to me (gotta love WebTV), Yes, and I found the plugs myself without help too. Perhaps this will help... http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-104027-How%20to%20replace%20your%204.6L%20%26amp%3B%205.4L%20spark%20plugs
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Thanks, that link is very helpfull.
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