Question about 1994 Plymouth Voyager
First time you do it will be hard, but you can do them all from the top if you are careful. Front three are easy, back three are mostly done by feel . One at a time. Worst case scenario you crack one and have to start over. You may want to unplug or on hook some of the stuff on the fire wall to get more hand room. Get them out any way you can. Be sure and get platinum plugs, you will not want to do this again real soon. Also be sure to put anti-seize on the spark plug threads so next time it will still be easy. the plugs will be in there a while. Carefully start the plugs by hand (in socket with short or long extension. Try to screw them in as far as you can by hand on the back plugs , the ratchet will only be good for one or two clicks at a time. Be patient, you can do it , it gets easier each time,but it is still a pain.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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