This guide provides instructions on changing the spark plugs on the Dodge Challenger 3.6L six-cylinder engine.
This how-to applies to Challenger equipped with the 6 cylinders 3.6L engine known as the Chrysler Pentastar engine. For more help, check out the step-by-step instructions on replacing spark plugs on the Chrysler 3.6L Pentastar engine.
Look up our Chrysler 3.6L V6 Pentastar Engine Spark Plug Replacement guide for step-by-step instructions, tools needed, and specifications.
According to the owner’s manual, you must replace the spark plugs every 100,000 miles. The OEM spark plugs are platinum, and we recommend using platinum or iridium spark plugs.
If you decide to install cheap copper spark plugs, you will need to replace the spark plugs in 30,000 miles.
If you don’t change the spark plugs on time, you will notice that your engine isn’t running as smoothly as it used to. Your fuel economy may decrease. If the spark plugs are in bad condition, you may also have the check engine light come on or flash. Please don’t wait until it is too late to change the spark plugs on your Dodge Challenger.
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 spark plugs and ignition coils of your Dodge 3.6L V6.
We hope you find the Dodge Challenger 3.6L V6 Engine Spark Plug & Ignition Coil Replacement Guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Dodge.