Next was the EBCS, Plugs and AOS but first the plugs.
First what you want to do for the driver side plugs is remove the secondary air pump. There are 3 bolts you have to remove along with a sensor and a clips in the back for the air pumps outside air casing I guess you can call it. To remove the casing I think it was either a 10 or 12mm bolts. The 3 bolts around the pump are also either a 10 or 12. Once that's removed it will look like this. Just move the air piping to one side.
Just move the air piping to one side.
Also remove the battery for extra room.
Once that's all off this is what you are working with.
A ratchet with a pivoting bit is the best thing to use. I didnt take pics of removing the plugs but I will explain it.
First thing you want to do is get a small screw driver with a little pick at a 90* degree angle. Undo the the clip on each plug but be careful because the clips aren't very tough. The clip will unclip towards the front of the car. Once clips are undone move them to one side. the front plug is pretty easy. Undo the bolt on each coil pack. The front just comes right out. The back one turn about 180* degrees and it comes right out. Now, the front plug is fairly easy. Slide the ratchet in and wiggle around until you have a solid fit. They shouldn't be put in too hard. Once the thread has broke you can take the ratchet off and just twist with the bit. There is a lot of thread on the plugs so have patience. The second plug closes to firewall. You'll have to wiggle and get your hand in weird positions to get it in. Once in and got a good fit follow the same process. Be careful not to drop the plugs. If you drop them they are no good. Follow the same process to install the new plugs. For the passenger side you remove the intake and do the same for that side.