Question about 1993 Dodge Intrepid
Depending on where you live you could pay on an average around 150, you cld save your money and do it your self. take a punch and hammer-knock out old ones- clean hole good-put a thin layer of rtv around edge of new plug and hammer it back in with a socket - dont hammer to hard- and stop when it gets flush with block. this way it would only cost you about two hours and cost of plugs
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