Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
On the old 318 cu v8 you had to go under the car to access the plugs.
On my 4.7L v8 the only thing I can find are on top of the engine with 2 small wires coming out of a plastic cap...are those the spark plugs?
EACH PLUG HAS ITS OWN COIL ITS HELD IN BY A # 11 OR 12 METRIC NUT ON TOP OF EACH CYL. BETWEEN EACH INTAKE RUNNER , EACH ONE HAS A ELCT. PLUG TO THEM UNHOOK THE PLUG AND REMOVE THE HOLD DROWN NUT AND PULL OUT THE WHOLE TUBE THAT GOES DOWN TO THE SPARK PLUG. YOU MAY HAVE TO TAKE OFF THE PLASTIC COVER ON TOP OF THE PLEMTEM WITCH IS HELD ON BY SNAPS, JUST GRAB ON TO IT AND PULL AND IT WILL COME OFF.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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