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Where are the rear spark plugs in a 2003 dodge ram?

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2009-06-09 17:28:50
2009-06-09 17:28:50

rear spark plugs? there are 8 in a 4.7 6 in a 3.7 and 16 in a hemi what do you mean rear what model ram 1500 2500 3500?

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