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Spark Plugs my 2004 Sebring hesitate when accelerating and I think it might be the Plugs and wires. But where are they?

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    Perfect. Thanks

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    Can not find spark plugs on 2004 sebring

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    my 2004 Sebring hesitate when accelerating

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Your spark plugs should be in either one of 2 places.
1 while you are stadning in front of the car look down there should be some what looks like black caps with thick wires coming from them. in this position you plugs will be torward the bottom of your engine.
2.look to the right or left of the engine. you should see the same thing black caps with wires comeing out of them. thoses are you plugs. now all you have to do is take one wire off at a time. to do that grasp the lower part of the wire shoudl be the black cap do not pull on the wire it's self you might break the wire. from there you should be able to see the top of the plug.

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To get a engine check code turn the ignition key over 3 times > start at normal position turn key forward like your turning power on only not to the point of starting the vehicle. then turn it back to start position and repeat 3 times a code will pop up were the odometer is and u can call autozone or advanced auto parts for the breakdown

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