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Generally, most spark plugs we made to last 60,000-100,000 miles. The spark plugs in the Chrysler Town & Country should be inspected and cleaned every 30,000 miles, according to Chrysler. By replacing the spark plugs as suggested, gas mileage can be improved as well as strain on the engine.
Follow these easy steps to replace the spark plugs in a Chrysler Town & Country:

  1. First, you should disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Let the battery cool. Do not try to replace the spark plug in a hot engine, as it can damage the cylinder head.
  3. Find the spark plug wires. They will be located across the front and back of the engine.
  4. Release the lock on the spark plug by first grabbing the spark plug wire by its boot. Turn it one-half turn clockwise, and then one-half turn counterclockwise. Pull the wire off the spark plug. Lay the wire aside.
  5. Insert the socket [...]

In 2011, Chrysler published a video of the results of comparison tests that they performed with the Chrysler Town & Country against the Toyota Sienna LE V6. While both would commonly be considered to be comparable minivans, the outcomes proved to distinguish them as very different. Take a look:

Handling

This was one of the most obvious differences as the handling of the Sienna was not as adequate as the Town & Country. The suspension in the Sienna is soft which makes the van feel uncomfortable in any handling situations.

The Town & Country had superior handling qualities, especially in situations like emergency handling.

The Town & Country ABS worked well with adequate pedal feedback and feel while having short stopping distances with minimal brake time.

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What was the most surprising about the 2012 Chrysler Town & Country was not the storage space or the entertainment system, but the 42 safety and technology features that come standard. Of course, there is comfort in knowing the Town & Country is equipped with supplemental side-curtain, advanced multistage front, and front seat-mounted side airbags, but the innovative technological safety features are even more impressive.

At one time or another, everyone has had trouble with blind spots, but the Blind Spot Monitoring is a radar technology that will alert you of proximity danger while you drive. An illuminated icon appears on the side view mirror (or you can choose to hear an audible warning) when another vehicle is next to you. Furthermore, the Rear Cross Path Detection will alert you of approaching low-speed vehicles when backing out of a parking spot. This is perfect for places like the grocery store parking lot on a busy [...]

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