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2.4L twin cam

Change spark plugs

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There are 4 bolts on the 2.4 Twin Cam cover on top of the engine. I believe they are 13mm. Remove them, and pull the cover up and off. Under there are the spark plugs. And you will see the ignition system connected as one with the cover.

There are no spark plug wires.
You'll find springs inside of insulator 'boots' when you get in there.

see this picsodeep_1.jpg

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

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There is a tool to replace the front torque strut
& it allows you to pull the motor toward the radiator
to gain access to the rear spark plugs

You will find the tool on the internet
about $45.00

Posted on Aug 05, 2011

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