Daniel Ouellette: did not like this video no sound thats B S
Mark Vlazny: My plugs were NGK. They seem to work fine. Changing the plugs myself was a pain in the butt, but saved hundreds of dollars. Just give yourself alot of time and throw a blanket up on the engine bay because you're going to be there for a while.
Brenley Forrester: I have a 2011 Hemi 5.7 and it looks pretty much like the 2010
Brenley Forrester: How do you remove the sensor from the air intake hose? I'm afraid of damaging it and it looks like it just doesn't pull free.
shiza237: 2nd this advice. Hemi's prefer champion plugs better, dunno why. I heard this on a number of forums.....champions are the way too go here. e3's, iridiums,are better left on the shelf. imo.
Vicks VapoRub: same here, my first time working on the truck (2006). i did buy all the tools, it just took time figuring out the right position and angle to get to the ones in the back, thats what took the longest. Took about 5 hours for mine too, also cleaned the throttle body.....
shiza237: lol, 4 of them plugs are not easy.......I just took my time......oh and ,finding a 3rd socket set took most of the time,lol.
Nate Halstead: 5 hours? Did you pull the transmission too?
jjlwis: No anti sease? needed on the new plugs?
shiza237: I use an old washing machine hose. snip it too 6 inches and use that, instead of the socket......less chance of a cross thread......works great. my o6 took me just under 5 hours.....16 spark plugs!
MrSS1901: Thanks for the great video, really helpful!
MrCommentAssassin: Great vid...thanks for taking the time to make it.
Kevin Krumm: thanks for the video. lots of help.
sandiego74: Oh my mistake, I've got a 2010 5.7 Ram too. I was planning on buying off of summit. Can't believe the dealer wanted $15 a pop. Have you done anything else to the truck?
sandiego74: Great video, but I actually need a recommendation on spark plugs. I looked it up, but what brand and size works best for the 5.7 hemi?
Joel Jackson: This would be a fantastic video if you SLOWED it down. I can't catch everything that you're doing!!
albertcougnet1999: Hello, great video.
It's clear for the right side but as you said it's the easiest!
Could you post an image of your material?
How avoid to let a piece in the hole?