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I was told a a 2000 lincoln town car (8 cyl) has no spark plugs.

What needs to be done if I'm doing a tune up on it?

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  • pdi24 Mar 16, 2009

    I was told that I need to purchase some kind of seal when I change spark plugs. Why is this? I cant just replace them?

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Replace the spark plugs, replace the air filter if dirty or has more than 30,000 miles, replace the fuel filter if more than 30,000 miles. clean the PCV system and valve.

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you need: spark plugs, spark plug wires, depending on if newer system that is all. if it is older you will also need rotor cap and rotor button. label the plug wires and change one plug and corosponding wire at a time after changing the (cap and button).make shure the plug wires go on the new cap in the same order that they came off.

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I have a 2000 town car-4.6 V-8. Coil on plug engine.I need tom replace the spark plugs and the fuel rail appears to need removal to do this job.Is that true and do I need to remove it- and how?


no you dont have to remove the rail its hard to get to but youll need a 8 mm swivlle socket 1/4 drive and short and long extension extension

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Just got a tune up on my 2000 lincoln townca. Got the spark plugs and airfilter changed. When the mechanic took my old spark plugs out 2 of them look like they had oil on them. After he put the new spark...


The engine has an oil leak, it's most likely either a valve cover [ most likely ] or the intake gasket. It sounds like the oil going on the exhaust manifold and burning off causing the smoke. This should be addressed ASAP as this is a fire danger!

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Need spark plug calbration for 1991 lincoln town car and firing order


For 1991 Lincoln Town Car 4.6 liter SOHC V-8 VIN "W" check Firing Order...

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Make: LINCOLN
Model: TOWN CAR - CARTIER
Year: 1991
Engine: V8 - 4.6L - FI - - GAS
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Hope help with this (remember rated this post) Good luck.

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I need to change spark plugs. What do I need to fix it with or what to take off. Its a 98 lincoln town car executive.


Remove the individual coil packs located under the chrome fuel rails, just above the valve covers. Directley under the coil will be a spark plug boot, remove the boot & spark plug will be set into the hole. Will need about a 6" extention with a 5/8" spark plug socket to access.

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Between the rocker cover and the fuel rail are the coils, one per cylinder hed in place by a smill 8mm bolt. Remove the coil and find the spark plug wire, the arrangement is called a coil-on-plug or COP. Spark plug is in the tube from whince the spark plug wire came. 5/8" deep socket and long extension will reach it. Another hint find some way to clean out the tube before removing the spark plug least all kinds of junk winds up in the cylinder.......SMith

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I did a tune up on my 2000 town car 3 weeks ago.


maybe the plug wires...did you mess with the timing?  Is the ox sensor wires connected?  Is a check engine light on?  Are you now running the a/c? 

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