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SOURCE: where is the oil drain plug in my 2008 Dodge

it will be at the lowest point of the oil pan

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 2008 dodge avenger spark plug location and socket size.

  • 2008+ Dodge Avenger 2.4L 4cyl.
  • Remove plastic cover on top of engine, just pull on each corner for it is friction fit.
  • Once removed you will see 4 black spark plug covers with one hex type screw holding each.
  • Remove Hex screw and place aside, pull upward to remove plug boot from plug.
  • To remove the plug, use a 5/8 socket with a 6" extension. Once plug has been turned out all the way and you cannot get the plug up and out of the hole, just press the plug boot back on the plug and pull it back up.
  • Gap and replace 4 plugs with the same or equavalent type,. Drop plug down the hole and use socket to align and tighten until just snug, then torque to manufactures specifications.

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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SOURCE: ,97 dodge avenger, replace spark plugs

It is actually a 2.5L 6cyl. and the upper intake has to come off to do the spark plugs, thanks and good luck

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SOURCE: how do you access the rear spark plugs on a 2008

Which engine is this?

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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SOURCE: 1997 dodge avenger won;t start.

Does your engine turn over, just not fire? if it sounds like it wants too start but its not firing, try your distributor. this happened to my car last week actually, went out and bought a new dist. and it is fine now. its a big expense, so try to find one at a junk yard and they say you can take it back if its not that. thats your best bet. hope it helps.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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My 2014 dodge avenger was in a flood won't turn over no water in oil or fluids but air filter wet. Battery, lights, windows and locks work fine. Do I have spark plugs and distributor cap?


Yes you have spark plugs, No you don't have a distributor cap, With the air filter being wet you might have water in on top of one of the pistons and it stops the engine from turning over. Remove the spark plugs and rotate the engine with the starter to eject any water off the top of the pistons re-install the plugs and try starting it

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I helped a mechanic,once,to change a transmission mount(?) and in the process he pointed at a plug on the side of the transmission and he said it was where you fill up with fluid (oil or transmission fluid,depends what it uses) you start filling and as you do, you check level by sticking your finger in the hole and stop filling when you feel the tip of your finger get wet.... Good luck and wash your finger afterwards!!!!!

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What could cause a 95 dodge avenger to only get spark out of two cylinders when all the plugs, wires, cap, and rotors are new


This could the the coil breaking down, or it could be a bad earth. The coil converts the 12v car battery voltage into a voltage capable of jumping across the gap of a spark plug, in excess of 12,000 volts.
This could be breaking down such that it is unable to provide the continuous voltage required. Are the two spark plugs always the same? If so, what happens if you move them to a position which doesn't spark.
Also, the spark plug will only work if there's a good ground between the plug and the engine block. Oil, dirt and possibly rust will effect the plugs ability to create a spark. Again if you move a 'good' plug to a position which doesn't spark, depending upon the outcome, will point you to the problem.

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What is the 60 amp fuse for in a 96 dodge avenger


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96 dodge avenger automatic 2.4 liter i can drive


Check the transmission oil cooling radiator [and fan(s)] to check for proper cooling--blow out the radiator fins with compressed air. Check the color of the transmission fluid to make sure that is not being contaminated.

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Where is the oil drain plug in my 2008 Dodge


it will be at the lowest point of the oil pan

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sound like your vavle cover gasket are bad

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go back to basics ,is their fuel to injectors and a spark on a spark plug

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