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I need to start a major tune up, and I was wondering if I can take care of it all myself? Im pretty sure I can take care of servicing the intake / throttle bodies, but fuel injectors?

Also what kind of spark plug wires u guys use? And how much $$ were they?
-thax, Josh
 

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Hey purple, I am in the same situation! Hey by the way. You are running 245-50-16's? On the stock wheels? Sorry to change the subject ;)
 

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yep! I know the speedo's way off, but damn do they stick! Anyway, when i get new wheels and tires im gonna get closer to the original overall diameter...
so any suggestions on wires?
 

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I don't personally use them but the best wires that I have been able to find (by feedback) are the wires from www.JacobsElectronics.com.

Go to there site and you can read about them. For the 3.5L V6 the wires are going to run ya around $125. I think that it was considerably less for the 3.3L V6

Good Luck
 

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Before tearing into your car to get at the fuel injectors, i would suggest purchasing a service manual (either haynes or chiltons) for your car. These books are the same that any mechanic would look into if s/he had a question concerning any system of the car. In time, i'm sure you will find the information contained invaluable. Right now there's a used one for sale on Amazon.com for $17.50 (used).
 

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or better yet, head over to a dodge dealer and order a shop manual for that car...its about the size of a phone book, has a diagram of every nut and bolt.......big help
 

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On the tech manual subject...
Why go into the dealership to buy yours when you can get them online.

Go to:
Mopar's Tech Manual Store

You can buy more than what the dealership is willing to sell you from here!
 

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Or why not just sign up for Alldata at alldatadiy.com There is a wealth of information available there.
 
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