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Holy Crapola:

Is it just me, or is it a real nightmare trying to change the plugs on newer model sidekicks. You need at least 2 socket wrench extensions to be able to reach the plugs. And once it's unscrewed, you have a wicked time trying to pull it out of the hole. And to top things off, you have to unscrew a who bunch of bolts on the cross engine bracket just to get access on the 3rd plug. The garage wanted $60 labour for it which I initially thought was a little high. I think next time, I'll glady pay the mechanic to do it, especially because I had to work outside in -30 degree weather.
 

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I have a 2004 HEMI, it requires 16 spark plugs, all of them are crammed under the smallest engine bay and 3 of them are next to the brake booster, 2 of them are under pluming for the heater core, and all of them either have a solenoid on top that has two bolts to it or a regular wire. the Suzuki and other v6 or 4 bangers are relatively easy compared to others in the car industry.

Thanks for the time! have a blessed day!

-Adam
 

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This post is almost 11 years old....:eek:
 

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And it's really not that hard - he's just whining.
 
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