You pull the old plug wires out, use your Haynes or Chitlons repair manual to discern what size the head on the spark plugs are. Get a long enough extension with the correct head size socket, put it where the spark plug wires were, put the wrench in reverse and back the sparkplugs out. Put the new spark plugs on the socket, put the wrench in forward, tighten them to the torque specs in your haynes or chitlons manual. Put new plug wires on and you're done.
take of intake manifold.swear alot.good luck.
change the plugs at 60,000 miles.
check the spark plugs. may not be catching fire.
Maybe coil pack is bad
This is an understandable question. The quick answer is, unless you own a repair shop, let the dealership do it. The V6 must have two of the engine mounts disconnected and the motor tilted to change 3 out of of the 6 plugs. Also, insist on platinum plugs or better, and bring your wallet. The plugs are around 13 dollars each and the amount of labor involved is incredible. Sorry I didn't have better news for you. Owner - 2008 Dodge Avenger 2.7 Liter V6 - 57,000 miles
my avenger does this when its cold out and it is becasue of the spark plugs need to be changed
The Cummins engine in a Dodge truck does not have glow plugs.The Cummins engine in a Dodge truck does not have glow plugs.
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To change the spark plugs in a 2011 Dodge Nitro, you buy replacement plugs at an auto repair shop. The user manual will list the correct size. Follow instructions on new plugs to install correctly.
Take the plastic cover off the top of the engine. The plugs are located under here. Each plug has an individual coil. You will need a screwdriver to remove the coils. Unplug the quick disconnect and then unscrew the coil and remove. Replace plugs as normal and reverse the process.
Spark plugs and wires
I have a avenger with 211,000k and when i first picked it up i had to change all the plugs..WHAT A NIGHTMARE its the most rediculas crap in the world. You have to basically take the whole top end of the dam engine off. Its a joke it took forever and a lot of bloody knuckles and cursing!! All for three of the six plugs. I'm sorry and feel bad for you. Good luck!
It just happen to me with a new battery and new sparks plugs. Believe or not check for oil going into the sparks plugs of the car, or check and change the fuel filter, the fuel pump itself can be another problem to look into. Good luck!
I pulled out all the little rubber plugs on the trunk lid. Problemed solved.
To change spark plugs on a 5.9 2002 Dodge Ram 1500, locate the old spark plugs. These are located at the end of the 8 wires inside the vehicle's bonnet. Remove the old spark plugs and replace with new.
recommended to change at 50 thousand km's
undo the console on top of the spark plugs and they are 2 each 2 plugs they are 16 spark plugs in total
You will have to remove the Intake Plenum and disconnect all sensors and vaccuum lines. I did this not too long ago and 3 of the plugs are under it at the back so there's no way to avoid it. Make sure you get a plenum gasket beofre you start because you will need a new one.
The Cummins engine doesn't have glow plugs. It has an intake manifold heater grid.
At minimum, removing the engine mounts is required to access the freeze plugs.
I have a brand new parts on a 1996 dodge avenger i just put a brand new crank sensor why won't it start rite up and also it turns over but wont fire will new spark plugs work. The first steps are to check for codes, and check fuel pressure.
Remove the alternator. The rest will then be obvious.
with a ratchet and a spark plug socket
change the plugs and wires