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Re: Where are the spark plugs located in a 2005 Chrysler...
I believe on that model the 3 front plugs are accessable from the front, but the rear 3 plugs you will need to get an upper plentum gaskit as well, because you need to remove the upper intake plentum to access the rear 3. I know it's a crappy set up, but that's how they make them nowadays. You're looking at about an hour's work to do it give or take.
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HI. Your spark plugs are located and inserted into each cylinder location, just under the respective ignition coil. This engine is designed for a Coil on Plug setup. The ignition coils are attached to each plug in the engine. Once you have removed each plugs respective coil,which is located directly on top of each plug, Then will you notice the plug. When removing the front plugs, be sure to remove the intake manifold to gain full access.
NOTE- Always remove the ignition coil assembly by grasping at the spark plug boot, turning the assembly 1/2 turn and pulling straight back in a steady motion. Only then will you gain access to the plug that is placed in that particular cylinder.
is it a DOHC V6 if so ur in luck their is probably a plastic cover on the engine remove that to gain access to the valve cover on the front bank. The spark plugs should be right in the center of the valve cover you'll need to get a 6" or so extension to reach down into the cylinder head to remove them the same steps for the spark plugs on the back bank (closest to the fire wall).
Each of the plugs has it's own coil so they are under the swaure coil, you won't see traditional spark plug wires, look for sets of two wires headed for ~ 2.5 inch square block, three plugs can be seen in front of the large plastic air plenum, the uther three are underneath the plenum. Takes a real handy DIY person to do this as there are plenty of things to remove before the plenum comes off. Take good notes on how you remove things, I missed a lever that is part of the idle system and throught I messed things up bac\d, but when I located the correct place to attach the lever it was fine. Also be careful and not break a connector to the individual coils. I did, but was able to glue it together...