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Car: 2005 Chrysler 300C
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: Coatesville, PA, U.S.A.
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I changed mine myself. It took about an hour. I consider myself a better-than-average shadetree mechanic. Access to some of plugs requires various extensions and/or univeral joints, and/or removing some ancillary compenents. A torque wrench is a good idea to assure that the plugs are properly seated and to avoid stripping threads. Apply some never-seize lubricant to the threads to avoid them seizing before next replacement. I personally chose to go with double platinums (a buck or two each more than coppers) to avoid ever having to replace them again in my lifetime. Your lifetime may be different! LOL
2005 300C BRILLIANT BLACK, DRL, Mesh Grill/Vents, Chrome Pillars & Fender Trim, MDS Indicator, Quad Brake Lights, Tinted Windows, De-Molded, K&N Aircharger, 180 T-Stat, Flashing Sidemarkers, Predator Cust. Perf. 93 CAI Tune
1997 MUSTANG COBRA 'VERT, TRIPLE BLACK, Vortech S/C'd., ECT Mod., 4.10 Rear, 18" Saleen Wheels
1950 FORD TUDOR FLATHEAD V8 - Sold 6/27/14 after 16 years of fun.