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Changing plugs on 2004 xlt explorer

My neighbor said he could not get to right side to change plugs on 2004 xlt explorer i myself have not tried yet

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On my 04', if I remember correctly, which I think I do, you need to remove the flexible rubber mud guard inside the wheel well to change the plugs, basically the only way. The front plug is a real pain but between working through the wheel well and from up top, its possible.

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Sometimes when your changing the plugs you have to use extensions, swivels in either 3/8 or 1/4 with an adaptor to use the 3/8 socket. or you can purchase a special spark plug socket that swivels on its own. and then there are those vehicles that you have to tilt the motor to get the back spark plugs out and in.
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