(Of rotor, distributor cap, spark plug wires, and spark plugs.)
1. Completely ignore any shop manual of any sort. Since you already know how to change this stuff on a Spider, with a four cylinder motor designed some time before Noah picked up an axe, you can change them on a car twenty years newer with two more cylinders. Totally the same.
2. Come up with a really clever idea. Holding the old distributor cap, slowly attach new wires to new cap.
3. Completely ignore any key or notch on the distributor cap. YOU know much better which end is up than the factory ever did.
4. After three tries getting the order right, and a complete do-over because the cap is upside-down, forget there's a special spark plug tool in the trunk. It's much more fun to spend nearly an hour contorting hands, back, and knees while trying various combinations of "normal" tools that almost work.
5. Assume you have now, in spite of all contraindications, actually gotten it right the very first time and try starting the car just to see what happens.
6. Impress the entire neighborhood with an explosion so powerful it blows the plenum (a rectangular aluminum box about 12" x 6" x 2") almost completely off the top of the motor, violently disconnecting at least one fuel injector, snapping the plenum ground, breaking off a piece of the cam belt cover and blowing a cam sprocket cover completely off.
7. Unsuccessfully maintain complete composure as you greet the rest of the family as they arrive from errands exactly sixty seconds later.
8. Scare the wife into complete silence as she realizes it is in fact possible to die playing with cars.
9. Spend the rest of the evening angsting over the fact that you actually managed to blow the wife's car up.
And the correct way is...
10. Wake up the next morning, download the proper page of the shop manual, write out a diagram with the correct firing order, use the spark plug tool in the trunk to remove and replace #5, which is otherwise inaccessible, and re-seat the three wires routed incorrectly by the moron who did the work the day before. Start the motor on the first crank.
11. Calmly trace and reconnect the fuel injector at the other end of the plenum which was causing it to, in the words of The Empress, "sound funny." Repair the ground wire and replace all other covers, clips, and clamps.