Yep, you'll need to remove the coil packs. If memory serves they're on a bracket that sits on two studs, and held on with two nuts. Unplug the ICM connectors, remove the nuts and lift the coil packs up. Leave the old wires on the coil packs, and label them. Replace the wires one at a time and you should be fine. I always use dielectric grease on the coil pack terminals, and inside the plug wire boots to keep the ignition system happy.
Here'* the firing order:
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