Chrysler 300 3.6L V6 Engine Spark Plug & Ignition Coil Replacement
This video provides a tutorial on changing the spark plugs on Chrysler 300 vehicles equipped with the 3.6L six-cylinder engine.
For detailed step-by-step instructions and torque specifications, search for our Chrysler Pentastar Engine 3.6 V6 Spark Plug Replacement guide.
If one of the spark plugs or ignition fails, your engine will start to shake, and the check engine light will start to flash. You may get stranded away from home. Don’t drive your Chrysler 300 if the check engine light is flashing.
You may also notice the following symptoms:
- Chrysler 300 Engine Misfires
- The fuel economy has decreased
- Your Chrysler 300 lacks acceleration and power
- Rough idle at a stoplight
- Your Chrysler 300 struggles to start
- Engine shakes, and Check engine light ON
According to the owner’s manual, you must change the spark plugs every 100,000 miles. The spark plugs or ignition coils can sometimes fail as early as 60,000 miles.
- Engine: Chrysler Pentastar Engine 3.6L
- Years: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
- Models: 300 Base, 300 S V6, 300 C w/ V6, 300 C Glacier Series w/ V6, 300 C Luxury Series w/ V6
It is important to change the spark plugs on your Chrysler 300 at the recommended interval to avoid engine performance issues. Your fuel economy will decrease if your spark plugs are in poor condition.
If you need to reset the check engine light on your dashboard, you will need the YOUCANIC Full System Scanner to clear the fault code after replacing the ignition coils and spark plugs of your Chrysler 3.6L V6.
We hope you find the Chrysler 300 3.6L V6 Engine Spark Plug & Ignition Coil Replacement guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Chrysler.