Looks like your ride has the COP ignition system, one coil on each plug. The plugs ARE NOT the beastly, breakable, two-piece, expensive long-reach items that get carbon-seized in the plug bore....thank God.
Access to #4 is a particular bitch, and the other seven are bad enough. A fair amount of equipment must be moved out of the way to get access, so be ready for it.
Disconnect and remove all the coils, blow out the recesses with compressed air and run about a half teaspoon of liquid wrench into each of the recesses.
A 10mm plug socket with a rubber insert is the tool to use.
Starting with #4, the hardest to get at, break the plugs loose and let them sit for a few minutes, then blow them all out with compressed air and remove.
Check the gaps of the new Fomoco
plugs (or any other good brand designed for the application...I think I'd go with Bosch 4304, but it's your preference) for .052"-.056" (Bosch needs no gapping).
Put a little anti-seize compound on the plug threads and run them in. Torque 7-15 lb/ft (15 preferred).