Question about 2005 Dodge Stratus
The flat rate to change the plugs is just 1.3 hours so the plenum shouldn't have to come off. I believe these are coil on plug, it's a tight fit but the plugs should come out, remove the coils from each sparkplug. Using a sparkplug socket and a couple shorter extentions, you have to work the extensions on one by one. Once the plug is removed you may need a magnet to fish them out. Replacing them is the same you have to work each section of extension in to get the plugs down into place. Hope this helps
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