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I changed the spark plugs on my 1998 dodge durango and it sputters

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Incorrect plug gap.

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as you know the front ones are rather easy to get to, but the rear bank is a bear..the best way is on a lift but you can get to them using a 3/8 rachet a 3inch extension and the plug socket.. take the air tube off the throttle body.. reach under the throttle body behind the engine you will feel the plug wires that way.. once you get the wires off the plugs are a pain but changable..

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SOURCE: 1998 dodge durango 360 motor engine cranks but no

Possibly a bad ignition coil which was a common issue on the 5.2/5.9 motors as they age.

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Changed spark plugs, now Durango won't start unless accelerator is pressed. Once released, it idles up and down then sputters out.

make sure all PLUGS are good and you did not break the cermic on any, upon installing. Then put your plug wires back on as you push in the boot twist left to right slightly. Also check your plug wires make sure none of them were spliced and grounding out. good luck.

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Hi, i have doge durango 2001, how often do i need to change the spark plugs?

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assuming your 2001 Durango has a 5.7l Hemi powerplant, there are 2 spark plugs per cylinder that Dodge recomends changing every 30K miles. Of course they suggest you use Mopar plugs.

Thanks for the question & hope this helps...

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My 98 dodge spits and sputters i have changed the fuel filter, the map sensor, the spark plugs and the egr valve

It is possible that you could have a bad spark plug wire, or a bad coil pack. Also it could be your TPS Throttle positioning sensor. Check spark on each wire to verify that you are infact getting spark the whole way across. If you are then I would suggest changing the TPS as it is inexpensive, if that does not help it could be your MAF, ( Mass Aif Flow Sensor) Hope that helps

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Wont start has spark just changed cap rotor still nothing 1998 5.2

Check coils,if they are hairline crack in them or one of them,,,,,,,Your vehecle is old enough for them to be replaced,,,First see if spark is getting to the spark plugs from the coil,,,was your check engine light on befor you changed anything? if so have it scaned and check the codes

Mar 11, 2011 | 1998 Dodge Durango

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1998 dodge durango 360 motor engine cranks but no spark at spark plugs what can cause this?

Possibly a bad ignition coil which was a common issue on the 5.2/5.9 motors as they age.

Jun 23, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Durango

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My 2000 dodge durango 5.9l engine, sputters and backfires upon acceleration

check for cracked or broken spark plug wires also check for a cracked or broken insulator on a spark plug the best time to look for those type of problems are at night with the hood up an doing a walk around the truck. if that is the problem you will see it.

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How di I get to the sparkplugs? Just trying to

spark plug socket that fits the plugs swivel socket and a few different length extensions be careful removing spark plug wires so you don't break wire at plug twist gently! don't forget to gap plugs if the ones you bought are gap able.

Jan 05, 2010 | 1998 Dodge Durango

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1998 Dodge Durango Turns over but wont start

could be Fuel Injectors, are bad ?
all you need is # 1 Fuel Injector, to go out that will not get Fire, and Fuel Mixture to Spark Plug.

Jun 03, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Durango

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Change spark plugs

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