Question about 2005 Chrysler 300
It's a bit of job, but it can be done. First you need to take the hose and air filter cover off and remove from engine. Loosen the hose clamp just before the choke assembly, and remove the cover and it all comes off in one piece. There is a senor attached to the hose and just slide the clip and press and pull. There are three other sensors that need to be disconnected off the top section, 2 in the front and one on the air cleaner side. Then there are the top bolts that need to be loosened, the two bolts on the brackets (opposite) air cleaner side. And the bracket needs to come off which holds the choke.
Once you do that the top can be lifted and moved to the side. Now, there is a connection at the back of this top section, which also needs to be removed. It's hard to see, but if it pops off, then you will have some problems. You now have access to the spark plub tubes, which need to be removed with a torx bit. Carefully pull the tube out and insert your spark plug socket with about a 6 " extension. Place the new plugs in and tighten by hand to insure that they are threaded properly, they then should be torqued to 25 foot lbs. Just follow the reverse to put the top back together. Make sure that all your connectors are reconnected properly. Make sure that all your hoses are back where they should be. The first time I did this, I missed that hard to see hose behind the top part and the engine was rough and errors were coming up every where. Since then, I've had this engine light come on, which I think may be related to a vacuum leak on that hose behind the top. If find out anything on the engine indicator light, write me back at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Hi. I'm would like to helpping my son to take care his car is over 100,000 miles on it.
But i don't know how to replace the spark plugs, please do show me how thank
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