Question about 2005 Dodge Stratus
My 05 Town & Country has three coil packs (V6), I imagine the Stratus does the same. Plugs should be fairly easy to replace, do one at a time so that you don't cross the plug wires. I think this is an aluminum head, so use anti-seize compound on the new plugs and do NOT cross thread or overtighten them. On the T&C, the three rear-side plugs have to be reached from underneath, but on the Stratus you should be able to reach them from the top, due to the longer hood.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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