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THAT IS IN THE OWNERS MANUAL. HERE IS A LINK TO THE ONWERS MANUAL IF YOU DON'T HAVE ONE, THE FUSE BOX DIAGRAMS ARE UNDER THE "ROADSIDE EMERGENCIES" SECTION.
GO TO THE LINK BELOW AND FOLLOW THAT TO THE FORD FLEET SITE, SELECT YOUR YEAR AND DOWNLOAD THE MANUAL, IT IS FREE.
ok you will see 8 coil packs on top of the engine 4 on the left and 4 on the right they have a 2 wire conector disconect the conector remove the 8 mm screw now lift out the coil set it aside now the spark plug is way down that hole that you removed the coil from i think it is a 9/16 spark plug odd but that is what ford did make shure you put anti seze on the new plugs and you gap them
to me this sounds more like a wheel speed sensor than anything to do with the actual brakes itself, my brother had a similar problem with his 03 F150. i replaced the wheel speed sensors and the problem seemed to disapate.
The compressor is next to the air box on the driver side under a plastic cover. One plug, two hoses and 3 bolts that hold it down. The hose on the top of the compressor is a quick release. Push in hose and hold red ring at bottom, and it should pull right out