Question about Dodge Grand Caravan
Open the hood to access the engine compartment. Locate the sparkplugs sitting to the side of the motor. Six wires run to the motor, three on each side.
Twist the rubber boot and pull away from the sparkplugs. This will expose the sparkplug.
Unbolt the sparkplug with a socket wrench. Use a 5/8-inch deep-well socket attached to the socket wrench.
Pull the sparkplug away from the motor. Discard the sparkplug.
Screw the sparkplug into the motor by hand. Make sure it is hand-tight.
Tighten the sparkplug with the socket wrench, using the deep-well sparkplug socket.
Click the wire to the sparkplug wire to the end of the sparkplug. Gently pull the wire to ensure it clicks into place.
Repeat the procedure for the remaining five sparkplugs. Change each sparkplug one at a time.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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