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How to get out spark plugs from under the van

But how do you get to them everything is blocked.... do you know what tools to use?

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  • jwinte04 Sep 09, 2008

    the rear spark plugs on a 1999 grand caravanvan does anything have 2 be removed under the van 2 take them out

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No way out, need to remove the plenum!!!


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The back 3 plugs are a pain in the $%##Q% to get out. Yes u do have to remove some components. I have a 98, I believe the procedure is the same: Use a 3/8 drive ratchet, w different extensions (short) and a flex attachment that pivots in different directions, may help, Make sure engine is cold to begin, use quality platinum plugs because u don't want to do this again anytime soon, remove serpentine belt, loosen 4 alternator bracket bolts, push alt. to back of vehicle, remove #1 spark plug. For plugs # 3 and 5 remove resonator and intake strut bolt @ the cylinder head, swing strut out of the way, remove plugs. Even after doing this it is a difficult job, done by feel mostly. A mirror might help a little. Make sure u coat the plug threads w/ anti-seize compound (light coat) to allow for future removal. If u don't , the plugs can fuse to the aluminum threads, and then u will REALLY have a tough job. good luck countrycurt0

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

  • Curt Downs Oct 13, 2008

    I believe I tried to access plugs from underneath, but couldn't, did it from above.

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