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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-15-2006, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
 
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spark plugs

so im curious that my moms never changed or had a tune up with the trepid..and im curious about the spark plugs. does anyone know the type of spark plug (not brand) id like to replace them and im curious if they crossmatch to the ones i have in my teg?

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What year is your car and which engine do you have?
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I have a question to add to his. Where the fuck are the spark plugs? I'm used to 4 bangers where there on the top and easy to get to. I have the 3.5L R/T and I see the ignition coils on the left side, and I see the wires, but I can seem to trace where they all go and it doesnt look like there easy to get to.... frowny face.
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2000 no r/t (frowny face haha) no se.. so base mode! yay for stock options hahah
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2000 no r/t (frowny face haha) no se.. so base mode! yay for stock options hahah
For the 2000 2.7L, the part number is RE10PMC5. They are the OEM Champion Platinum plugs.

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I have a question to add to his. Where the fuck are the spark plugs? I'm used to 4 bangers where there on the top and easy to get to. I have the 3.5L R/T and I see the ignition coils on the left side, and I see the wires, but I can seem to trace where they all go and it doesnt look like there easy to get to.... frowny face.
The plugs are actually under the coil packs. There is one coil pack per plug. To get to them you will need to pull each one's coil pack. To do that, unhook the wire harness, remove the 2 screws (you will need a special star-type screwdriver, you can get them at the parts store), then pull the coil off and you will need a 10" socket extension to actually get the plug out because they are pretty far in there. Hope this helps.
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Bloody hell! I went to put in some Champion plats in my H.O. but didn't know where to look for the plugs. Thanks rplate, this helps me a lot!
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Bloody hell! I went to put in some Champion plats in my H.O. but didn't know where to look for the plugs. Thanks rplate, this helps me a lot!
Not a problem my friend! Afterall, what is this site for?!
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That helped me, too. Mine just turned 100,000 last week. Anyone have any particular brand choice over another? I've always been partial to Autolite.

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For the 2000 2.7L, the part number is RE10PMC5. They are the OEM Champion Platinum plugs.


The plugs are actually under the coil packs. There is one coil pack per plug. To get to them you will need to pull each one's coil pack. To do that, unhook the wire harness, remove the 2 screws (you will need a special star-type screwdriver, you can get them at the parts store), then pull the coil off and you will need a 10" socket extension to actually get the plug out because they are pretty far in there. Hope this helps.
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How do you change the distributor on these babies?
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It's under the Fetzer valve..Phil!!

Back to the previously scheduled thread now.
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So which way do I turn the valve in order to get access to the Dist, clockwise or anticlockwise?
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Actually its more of a cork than a valve. I can give you a pie chart if that will help you locate it.
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Thanks for your help, I found it.
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How do you change the distributor on these babies?
Make sure you adjust the points while you are in there.
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Make sure you adjust the points while you are in there.
Hmmm, interesting point, now I have to get some sandpaper to clean the contacts before adjusting them. :clown:
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