Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
Yes, you will have 16 spark plugs. one plug goes to the wire going into the valve cover, and the other is under the coil. they are what is called a 'double fire' cylinder, and they naturally burn hotter.
Posted on May 28, 2011
If you look at the arrangement both plugs do not fire at the same time. One plug fires on the ignition stoke and from that coil pack a wire runs to the "sister" cylinder which fires on the exhaust stoke. Thanks to California this was done to clean up the emissions on the Hemi engine. Another point ,the only plug I had trouble changing is the ones right under the brake booster. I had to drop the socket in the hole then the extension separately and then attach the ratchet, unscrew the plug, take off the ratchet, pull up the extension, disconnect it from the socket and then remove the socket and plug. Reverse this to install. Thats what worked for me anyway.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Having the proper length socket is a must. I assume you are talking about the # 5 and 7 cylinders. We just changed ours today. You have to attack them from the front of the vehicle. We used a elevated dolly but you can improvise with a high stool, ect. Your right hand goes under the brake booster and your left hand goes over it. Most of the work is by feeling for the screws and plugs. The biggest tool you will need is patience. Hope it helped somewhat. JW Stevens
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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It takes 2.5 to 3 hours the do the spark plugs. Below are the instruction for removal and installation the 8 plugs you can't see are under the individual coil packs.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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