2006 Dodge Magnum Q&A
2006 Dodge Magnum Question: intake manifold
today i loosened the bolts on the intake manifold to change my plugs but realized it looked very complicated and didnt want to mess something up so i tightened them back up and called it quits. i later took off in the car and it began running very rough while stopped. Air leak? Broke a seal somewhere? What did i do wrong here?? - DODGEthis
What engine size do you have. There's 4 different Magnum models. Which is yours. - mahindra
The first thing to do is double check and make sure anything that was disconnected / unplugged is reconnected properly. Vacuum lines, wire connectors, etc. If you removed the air tube, make sure that is secure so that no air leaks in after the MAF sensor. Without knowing how you torqued your intake, it's hard to say if you created a leak. There is usually a tightening sequence, and there is definitely a torque spec for the intake plenum and manifold. Did your Check Engine light come on? - Andy Y
What was your orginal problem? - backyard tech
I need to change my plugs on 2007 magnum, 3.5 what do I have to remove to get to the plugs?
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