First label each spark plug wire with a piece of tape or tag indicating which hole it attaches to. This is very important because you might mix up the firing order otherwise! Next, disconnect the negative terminal on your battery so you don't shock yourself. To remove the wires, grab each by the boot and pull firmly outward. They should pop off of the plugs. Sometimes they are a pain but try not to jerk them back and forth too much or pull by the wires themselves because you can break a wire and the harness kits aren't cheap. After the wire is removed, use a socket wrench with a sparkplug socket to unscrew each plug. Plug sockets have a rubber seat that protects the socket but you can get by with a normal socket, just be careful not to damage your new plugs when you replace them. I'm not sure exactly what size but there are generally only 2 different sizes that most cars use. Getting to all the plugs with a socket wrench can be an acrobatic feat on a V8 so try different size extensions and ones with varying angles if available. Buy new plugs and a gapping tool. Ask your auto shop what the proper gap is for your vehicle and carefully bend the flat metal strip on each spark plug to the proper gap size. A good trick to get a spark plug started in the hole properly and not misthread it is to stick a 6" piece of rubber tubing over the end and use it to start turning the plug in the hole. If you misthread it, the rubber will slip and you won't screw up your entire head. Tighten each spark plug firmly with the socket but not so tight you break the threads out. Finally, replace the wires. When you start your car if it jerks around like crazy, you screwed up the firing order and you'll have to switch the wires around.
The spark plugs?æon a 1999 Dodge Durango are at the side of the engine. Make sure that the engine is cool before accessing the spark plugs.
4.7L has 8 spark plugs. 5.7L has 16 spark plugs.
undo the console on top of the spark plugs and they are 2 each 2 plugs they are 16 spark plugs in total
show me a picture of the spark plug wires on a durango from the spark plugs to the cap
champion plugs every 30 thousand miles
16mm or 5/8 inch
Need to replace rear spark plugs
The 5.9 liter (360 CI) is a V8 type engine, thus there are 8 spark plugs.
For the XP iridiums. Its .50 to .51
One at a time.Gap 40 ,antsiest the threads on new plugs going in.Not real tight.Be careful not to move, and bend wires to much, may cause breaks.
I would replace the spark plugs after 50K, the wires and plugs again at 100K.
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.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug cables and boots, and remove the old spark plugs. Throw out the old spark plugs, Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plugs cables and boots, and reconnect the battery.
The Dodge Hemi's have 2 spark plugs per cylinder which equals 16 spark plugs
There is no "plug wires" they are on top of engine not on side not fun to change the back ones
How do you replace the spark plugs on a Peugeot 307?
How to replace spark plugs in a 1989 jeep cherokee?
You have to remove the intake plenum. It just unbolts.
Take old spark plugs out put new spark plugs in
the ignition coil