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3rd Gen Ram Tech2002-2008 Rams: This section is for TECHNICAL discussions only, that involve the 2002 through 2008 Rams Rams. For any non-tech discussions, please direct your attention to the "General discussion/NON-tech" sub sections.
I have a 2002 4.7 and mine can be found on the inside of the fuel railajacent to the valve covers, I removed Throttle body cover and airfilter cover and hose for ease. You are probably looking for the old style thick silicone cable but you won't find that. It's replaced with a 2 wire clip.
The plug connector is held in place by a 10 nut.
It's not the size of the weapon but the frenzy of the attack.
Make sure to get yourself the service manual located on this site. You can open it with Adobe Acrobat.
I have found mine indispensible so far. Thanks to those who have made it available!
If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.
180 T-Stat, Cat back duals, Superchips, CAI, T-body spacer, 20's w/ Pirelli Scorpions, Black heads&tails
Here is a pic taken from the front of my truck, drivers side. I am pointing to where the nut is that you have to take off. This screw holds the coil on the spark plug. After you take the nut off just pull up on the coil and it will come off. Oh and in the pic the stock air box is taken off.
From what I remember with my Dakota, it was a royal pain in the *** to change the plugs... however, this was in a much smaller truck. There must be tons of room having that engine in a big bay. Really, all I did was follow the wires to the plugs.
I hear ya. First time I popped the hood and look at the engine I was like, wtf??
I just changed mine this past weekend. The far back one on the passanger side is a pain, but other than that, it's pretty good. I guess one can't get any type of performance wires or anything for these things? I didn't opt for the platinum or iridium, just plain copper. It cost me the same for 8 plugs as it would have for 2 of the "high end" ones.
'03 4.7 QCSB 4x4 5spd manual
Flex-a-lite 180 e-fan
Magnaflow cat back kit
Cooper Discoverer S/T 265/70/17