Spark Plugs and Wires
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What tools do you use to remove rear spark plugs from a Dodge Grand Caravan?

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2008-03-03 03:12:27
2008-03-03 03:12:27

If it is a 3.0 liter, 10 mm socket on an extention with ratchet ( to remove air filter box) and a swivel adapter on a spark plug socket with ratchet and extention. Spark plug wire boot puller is also advised but not absolutly required List one ratchet, One 12 inch extention, one swivel adapter, one 10 mm socket, one 7/8 spark plug socket.

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