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Change spark plugs on 3.0 - 2001 Dodge Stratus

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  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2010

    You might want to read your question,were not mind readers
    What veh,what engine
    I thought anyone could find and change a spark plug

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The ones in front are fairly straight forward find em and change em. The ones in the back you will need to be a bit more articulate and have a wide range of tools. Just reach back and follow the wires to them and figure it out. Good luck.

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