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1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso model 3.3litre spark plugs

What type of spark plugs do I need for my Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso model 3.3 litre with air conditioning?

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Only use Champion spark plugs on a Chrysler product.
Your local auto parts supplier should have info to give you proper plug number. There should also be a sticker maybe on your hood, that has correct number as well.It appears to be RN14PMP5 if you chose the double platinum plugs, or RN14MC5 in the standard copper core. The double platinum are about twice the price but last much longer. Gap is .050". Don't let them talk you into a different brand, Champion only. I have seen too many Chrysler vehicles over the years run bad on other plugs.

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