Question about 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab
First you must get the proper replacements and change one plug at the time in order not to confuse where each wire is to be replaced... I always like to loosen one at the time and blow air pressure all around the plug before removing to make sure no dirt gets into the cylinder while changeing the plug.
You will need the proper spark plug deep well socket (6point) and probably a 6 and 10 inch 1/2 drive ratchett. You will likely also need a u-joint drive in certain situations...
Be careful not the damage the new plug by dropping it or putting the socket on it sideways or you could break the ceramic part as I have learned.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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