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Can't change plug on plug next to firewall, under dipstick resivour.

I need to change the last spark plug on 2001 durango. But its under the dipstick resivor tube. does this tube pull out? Help

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Yes take the 10mm bolt from the tube and wiggle the tube up out of the way

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