Best Spark Plugs for 3.3L New Yorker?

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Old 04-05-2012, 07:13 PM
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Three of the plugs against the fire wall are extremely hard to replace. What are the best long lasting plugs to install so this won't have to be done any time soon?
 
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Remove the triangle shaped bracket that bolts to alternator and the intake. It will give you some room. Champion copper.
 
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Thanks for your quick reply
 
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hey tnt tech i seen you replied to someone about there moms sebring 3.0 saying its the egr valve and cooking a steak ontop of the plentum dated back in 2010 i believe. im just curious my car has some of same symtoms. but the egr valve is good an no leaking. what could it be
 
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i posted a couple questions in the tech forums theres like three with great detail of my issues can you please help me
 
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Originally Posted by neveranotherchrysler View Post
hey tnt tech i seen you replied to someone about there moms sebring 3.0 saying its the egr valve and cooking a steak ontop of the plentum dated back in 2010 i believe. im just curious my car has some of same symtoms. but the egr valve is good an no leaking. what could it be
You could detect an EXTERNAL EGR leak just like a vacuum leak (diaphragm rupture), BUT if it is stuck open, then exhaust is being channelled right into the intake. The plenum will be hot at operating temperature but shouldn't be so hot like a wood burning stove...lol.

If you have one of those infrared thermometers, you could compare exhaust manifold with upper intake temps without injuring yourself.
 
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I would think with your horn not working there a good chance you do have a clock spring problem..
 
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