Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
They are located on the side of the engine under the ignition coil rail. see pic of coil rail below
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
Dennis Weid is correct! This long coil is held with 4 bolts. You need to remove the 4 bolts and gently pry the entire coil off of all 6 spark plugs. The wire on the coil is at the back of the engine but has enough slack to move the coil down out of the way of the plugs. The can then be easily removed using a spark plug socket and extension. The head is cast Iron so it's pretty rugged.
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