I'm assuming you mean the back 2 plugs, the last one on each side. I had the same problem with my 82' Z28. When I did finally get them out, they were a different brand then the front 6, so the previous owner had the same problem, and decided the hell with it, I'll just leave them in there. There's really no easy way, small hands work alot better, I know that for a fact. I ended up letting a friend of mine do it, and although it took quite some time, he managed to get them out. We jacked the car up and got them out from the bottom. You're right, they are definitely a pain.....KZ
I remember the first time that I tuned up a 84 Z, after I got my arms down beside the engine and removed the plugs, I had someone drop the new plugs into my hand so I could install them while I was already down there. If you are by yourself, it could be a long day. Good luck and don't give up.
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