: Remove/replace spark plugs on passenger side?



48Dodge
04-28-11, 01:57 PM
I replaced the plugs on the driver side last night. Other than scraping a knuckle on the manifold shield, everything went pretty smoothly. I took a look at the passenger side and it looks like something has got to go. I'm guessing the inner fender plastic and possibly the wheel? Anyone got any tips?

nunomeza
04-30-11, 11:37 AM
no the hardest one is the back one just do it thru the bottom it worked for me and use a sparkplug socket and a wrench cant fit a rachet in there. and for the other ones just remove the air intake tube u can leave the air filter cause yhat wont be in youre way and it should be a piece of cake

2007XTSDub
04-30-11, 05:52 PM
I replaced the plugs on the driver side last night. Other than scraping a knuckle on the manifold shield, everything went pretty smoothly. I took a look at the passenger side and it looks like something has got to go. I'm guessing the inner fender plastic and possibly the wheel? Anyone got any tips?


What plugw did you go with?

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48Dodge
04-30-11, 09:15 PM
AC Delco iridium. About $7 each at Advance

2007XTSDub
04-30-11, 11:05 PM
Thanks. Would you have a part number by chance?

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48Dodge
04-30-11, 11:38 PM
Thanks. Would you have a part number by chance?

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I'll try to get it for you tomorrow. I still have 4 in their boxes. I just had the guy look them up for me at Advance. Just went with the oem. Same heat range as what was in there.

TexFinn
05-01-11, 12:03 AM
Thanks. Would you have a part number by chance?

I would venture out saying it is 41-110.

48Dodge
05-01-11, 12:28 AM
I would venture out saying it is 41-110.

Just checked while locking up for the night and yep, that's it.

2007XTSDub
05-01-11, 11:37 AM
Thanks

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nunomeza
05-01-11, 08:13 PM
ac delco 41-110 iridium spark plug