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09-16-2008 09:51 PM
tj1230 Good call,
Thinking about 6CYL sorry for the mis-info.
09-16-2008 09:09 PM
Atthehop The 4 bangers have them straight down through the top of the valve cover. It's a very easy job.
09-16-2008 06:58 PM
slf41002 Yes they are under the coil rail and to make things a little easier unlike the guy in the pic you can lay your hood all the way back against the windshield to get to the back one.
09-16-2008 06:42 PM
tj1230 They are under the spark plug rail.

Here is a link on exactly how to change them. What kind of plugs you going to run?

Jeep.US41.org/sparkplugs
09-16-2008 05:36 PM
TJ in North Pole
Spark plugs in a 2.4???

What does it take to change out the spark plugs in a 2.4? I'm getting ready for winter and changed the oil and the air filter but where the heck are the plugs...I don't even see them. I've only owned the TJ for a year and with 55K miles thought some new plugs might be in order. Help....

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