I dont know the torque for the 2000 but a rule of thumb is, with ratchet get the plug snug and go a quarter turn. allways use anti-siez lube for plugs on your plugs.
Gap the plugs .038" to .043" and torque the plugs to 22 ft/lbs.
Torque the spark plugs to 11 lb/ft.
Which drain plugs?
Check the terminals in boots are fully snapped on to ends of plugs. Also proper torque on plugs. Remeber if loose, thee is no compression & gases won't fire.
The spark plug torque on a 1992 Honda Accord would be approximately 13 lbs. The gap for the spark plugs is 1.1mm.
Screwed in the head.
The 2.5 liter four cylinder engine in Dodge Spirits and Plymouth Acclaims uses the then very common Champion N12Y or N12YC spark plugs (or their equivalents in any other brand. Those plugs require 20 lb Ft of torque and nothing more (the cylinder head is made of Aluminum, so try to use a torque Wrench to avoid over-torquing and possibly stripping a thread! Plug gap is 0.035" or 35 mils. (0.9 mm). Turbo engines MUST NOT use Platinum tipped spark plugs, since their very thin electrodes cannot conduct away the heat produced by those more powerful engines, and can produce preignition in those engine versions, which should use only Standard type plugs. Non-Turbo engines can use Platinum electrode plugs with no problem, which tend to last much more time between plug changes. Amclaussen.
The correct torque is 13 ft/lbs.
20 ft lbs