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Old 09-10-2013, 07:00 PM   #1
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Correct spark plugs for 2011 Ram Hemi with MDS

I've tried to locate a thread here regarding this but to no avail ... went to dealer and asked but they wouldn't give me the part numbers ...guess they want my $400 + all for themselves ...anyway, here's the query

2011 Dodge Ram/Hemi/MDS
Dealer parts guy says NGK Nickel plated plugs but couldn't get part digits out of him ... plain box with chrysler logo on it..


He said MDS requires nickel plated plugs rather than copper because they'd melt down.
Have read on other dodge sites that it may require 2 different types of plugs to do all 16 ..true?

Any assist with NGK part number/s would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 09-11-2013, 11:28 AM   #2
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I've seen a mix review of people swearing by stock...

Spark Plugs, Ignition Coil, and Ignition Cables - SPARK PLUG, - SPZFR6F11G | Mopar

And others swearing by Autolite, don't have a p/n for that though.....
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Old 09-11-2013, 02:48 PM   #3
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This may be what you are looking for
Part # SPZFR6F11G
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:35 PM   #4
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I 'magine NGK 5306s will still do the trick. Your parts guy is fulla meadow muffins. I used 5306s in my 300C.
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NGK Plug part numbers,

Standard LZFR5C-11
Laser Platinum PLZFR5B13EG
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Moe's has some of the best prices on these shipped to your door.

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Wow! $50 for plugs you can buy for < $30! Ouch!!
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thanks for the info guys...sorry it took so long to do this...been a busy boy ...keep the shiny side up and between the ditches!
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Tune Up Question

I ordered 16 Bosch spark plugs for my 2010 1500. I have a couple dumb questions. Can all of the spark plugs be the same or do they need to be different for top and bottome? also, what do you guys recommend for a list on doing a tune-up?
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I ordered 16 Bosch spark plugs for my 2010 1500. I have a couple dumb questions. Can all of the spark plugs be the same or do they need to be different for top and bottome? also, what do you guys recommend for a list on doing a tune-up?
On the Hemi there is no "top" or "bottom" plug. They're side-by-side. "Top" and "bottom" are on the 4.7L. Bottom plugs on the 4.7 are platinum, top plugs are copper. 30K interval on the top plugs, 100k or so for the bottom ones. That's about it for a "tune-up". You can clean the throttle body and PCV valve.
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