I assume most of the V6 Stratus' are similar, but this information comes from my experience with a 1996 ES model.
The three plugs on the front bank of the engine should be obvious by following the spark plug wires; they're set deep into the cylinder head cover. The rear three can only be accessed by removing the intake manifold.
4 spark plugs
At the end of the plug wires that don't connect to the spark module.
Screwed into the heads.
yes it does, every car has spark plugs or it wouldn't start.
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.
pull the old spark plug out then put the new one>>>>>>.sukcer
Depends on the engine, the 2.0l and 2.4l options were 4 cylinders with 4 spark plugs, the 2.5 L Mitsubishi 6G73 V6 option required 6 spark plugs.
Follow the plug wires to the end. One end connects to the "distributor" along with the other wires. The other end connects to the spark plugs...
I had a similar issue, auto parts store sold me the wrong spark plugs. look into your plugs and wires.
If it is a v6, you need to remove the upper ontake plenum to get acess to the rear three plugs. Not fun.
you have to take the intake manifold off and the other three are under it
The Dodge Hemi's have 2 spark plugs per cylinder which equals 16 spark plugs