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Having problems with getting to the spark plugs

We can get to some of the spark plugs but not all of them. Do anyone know how to get to all of them easily?

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  • Loubie Wilks Dec 27, 2008

    I will give this a try. The back ones are the hardest ones to get to. Thanks.

  • Loubie Wilks Jan 03, 2009

    This helped out a lot. We got all the plugs out and replaced by this hint in removing the back plugs. Thanks

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I'm guessing you're talking about the rear spark plugs that are hard to get to. You can go at this a couple of ways. if you can lift the vehicle and support it on jack stands( the front only) you go from under the car. Or if you have a ratchet rope, you can disconnect the front left (driver side) motor mount, connect the rope to something very secure like a tree then ratchet the motor towards the radiator. This will give you more room to get those plugs. there is not easy way to get to those plugs(ya gotta love ford) but these would be the easiest.

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