What is the spark plug gap on a 2.4 liter 2004 Chrysler sebring?
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How do you change the spark plugs on a 2004 Chrysler sebring 2.7 liter engine and do you tighten hard or loose?
Answer . Remove the plugs one at a time and replace with a new plug you have gapped properly. Tighten to the proper torque Do not over-torque plugs. You risk damage to cyli…nder heads (particularly aluminum ones), and proper firing depends on the plug being at precisely the right height relative to the cylinder. I will list a link to Torque Specs. below.. It is necessary to remove the upper intake plenum. Purchase the intake gaskets when you purchase the plugs. You also have to remove the coils one at a time, remove the plugs w/a 5/8" spark plug socket, coat the threads of the new plug with a small dab of anti size compound, thread the plugs in using only the socket and extension after the contact the head tighten an additional 1/16 turn.
The spark plug gap for a 1997 Chrysler Sebring is .044 inches.Spark plugs now come preset, however, so manually setting the gapis unnecessary.
They are accessed through the top of the valve cover.
if its the V6, you can see the 3 in front, and you have to remove the intake manifold to ge the ones in back....
It depends on the plug. Ask the person you buy the plugs from. Or if you get them at Wal-Mart or somewhere like that, they have a catalog or a computer for checking it.
It is on the lower passenger side of the radiator. Very tough to get to.
Listed in the owners manual and on a placard under the hood. The 4 cylinder is .044 and the V6 is .040. Some plugs are not adjustable.
The Spark Plug Gap . .044 (In thousandths of an inch) .
The spark plugs are under the plug wires in the middle of the valvecover.
you must remove the plenum on top of the motor to excess the spark plugs it is not hard but time consuming to say the least
.050 inch .050 inch
Under the coils, in the middle of the valve cover.
It has one per cylinder.