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The size of the engine on your vehicle should be located on the "Catalyst" sticker posted under the hood - usually it's posted on the inside panel of the hood or on the metal frame surrounding the engine (white sticker with a lot of information about 2 X 5 inches. On the sticker it should say something like 2.8, 3.0 or 3.3. DARKSEID007

My Advice: Also another way is this, Also goes for the sparkplug wires too.... 3.4 L for 4 cylinder

3.8 L for 6 cylinder Should be easiest for you. Hope it helps. that is incorrect 3.4L is also a 6 cylinder it is also the most common in that van right under the hood it probably reads 3400 which is the same as 3.4 Liter

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