Question about 1990 Plymouth Voyager
These are the three back plugs along the firewall - correct? Hate to say it but there is no "easy" way to accomplish the task. Most of the time on these engine layouts I find that I have better access from beneath the vehicle reaching over the engine and blindly feeling my way around. A good assortment of extensions and socket swivels are a must. Getting the plug boot or coil connection off can be most of the challenge. Two things that can help is a magnetic retriever for getting the plug out of the hole once you have it loosened and a short length (6") of 3/8 fuel line. Slide the fuel line onto the new plug and use it to get the plug started in its threads. It will keep you from cross threading. One more item and this almost sounds silly but I have used a small mirror (10x12) laid upside down over the area, that way I can at least see where the plug holes are at but most of the time there are so many connections to the engine in that area or running along the firewall that it ends up being useless. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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