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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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the 2.4 i believe the sensor is under the front plastic cover that hides the belts at the bottom of the engine, if it is i wouldnt recommend doing it your self, most of them require you to remove the timing belt (which i do recommend replacing at that time) to replace the sensor which is not easy to do if you dont have all the tools and knowledge or experience doing them.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
If your trying to change spark plugs remove one wire from a plug, replace that plug, reinstall the wire onto that plug and move on to the next plug. You don;t need to worry about firing order unless you plan on changing the wires or the cap and rotor. Even if you where to change the wires if you did them one at a time than the new ones would be in the exact same place as the old ones and there is nothing to worry about,
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Posted on Jan 18, 2011
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