Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
Well i believe you have a v-6 transverse.. three plugs will be very easy to get to.. but the three in the back may take a little while longer..this job should not take more than an hour unless they have to take lines or other components out if the way.. if they do.. it might take a little longer...most shops charge anywhere from $50 to $75 an hour. as far as plugs go stick to the stock plugs ..i always use NGK and have never had a problem with them. i believe they run about $6 to $10 a piece, Im not quite sure about the price..it would depend on what they offer you..just ask for a good stock replacement..i haven't tried the iridium style yet, but they"re a little more expensive. So at about $65 hour labor, and $50 plugs = $115. you might have to wait at the shop awhile until the engine cools down a bit...the spark plugs should never be changed on a hot engine you can cause damage to the heads.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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