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drain coolant, remove intake manifold, undo coil packs, unscrew plugs then reverse!

It's in the FSM which can be found online. If you do it take pics and do a writeup :)! I have like 50k more miles to go before I have to do it.

Why would you need to change them in a 2010 is the real question?
 

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It's simply, really.
Pull up on plug caps, drop in an appropriate spark plug socket attached to an extension and ratchet, unscrew and lift. Installation is the opposite of removal.
But why? Modern spark plugs are good for many tens of thousands of miles. How many miles could your 2010 have on it to warrant changing the plugs?
 

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Sorry, wasn't thinking about the "reverse" layout of these engines.
I was gonna say how do you get to the plugs with the intake manifold sitting right on top of them.
 

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Not really, engine layout can be used to optimize things like cabin space, which is what they did as far as I can tell.
 

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I never drained the coolant when I did my plugs.
 
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