This is a tech bulliten on 2.4 engine plugs, I dont think it would cause your problem, but you never know...NEW SPARK PLUG FOR 2.4L ENGINE TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN Reference Number(s): 08-008-04, Date of Issue: March 02, 2004 CHRYSLER: 2003-2004 Sebring Convertible/Sebring Sedan (JR), PT Cruiser (PT), Voyager (RG), Town & Country (RS) DODGE: 2003-2004 Caravan (RS), Stratus Sedan (JR) JEEP: 2002-2004 Liberty (KJ)/Cherokee; 2003-2004 Wrangler (TJ) GROUP: Electrical Superceded Bulletin(s): 08-034-03, Date of Issue: November 28, 2003 Related Ref Number(s): 08-008-04, 08-034-03 ARTICLE BEGINNING MODELS NOTE: This bulletin supersedes service bulletin 08-034-03 dated November 28, 2003, which should be removed from your files. This bulletin includes additional models. 2003-2004 (JR) Sebring Convertible/Sebring Sedan/Stratus Sedan 2002-2004 (KJ) Liberty/Cherokee 2003-2004 (PT) PT Cruiser 2003-2004 (RG) Chrysler Voyager 2003-2004 (RS) Town & Country/Caravan/Voyager 2003-2004 (TJ) Wrangler NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles equipped with a naturally aspirated (non-turbo) 2.4L engine (either sale code ED1 or EDZ). DISCUSSION
Page 1 of 2 NEW SPARK PLUG FOR 2.4L ENGINE -2004 Dodge Stratus SE
The new style spark plug is now recommended and preferred for use in all 2004 model year vehicles and all prior model year vehicles that are equipped with a 2.4L engine. See above table and verify correct engine sales code. NOTE: To eliminate concerns of a possible high secondary ignition voltage flashover, caused by a thermal set of the ignition cable spark plug boot(s) to the old style spark plug (RE14MCC5), install new ignition cables when replacing the old style spark plugs (RE14MCC5) with the new style spark plug(s) (RE16MC or LZTR4A-11) for the first time. POLICY Information Only.
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