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Re: REMOVAL OF SPARK PLUG ON 1996 FORD WINDSTAR
Sorry to say that the only way to get to them is to be creative. You just about have to be a contortionist. You will be able to get to them if you have a few extensions and a couple of swivels to use in conjunction with a ratchet. Just be creative and approach them from different angles. You can do it. Good luck.
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I\'m assuming you have the 3.8 engine,although i believe the firing order is the same on all there v6 sideways mounted front wheel drive Windstars. That firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6, with 1-2-3 going from left to right on the back side of the engine and 4-5-6 left to right on the front side of the engine.Looking straight down at the coil from the front of the car,you\'ll see 2 rows of coil terminals.The row on the right side is 1-2-3 going from top to bottom,row on left side is 6-5-4 going from top to bottom. Hook the number 1 coil terminal to the number 1 spark plug ,being careful to use the spark plug wire that is closest in length to the length you need. If your just replacing wires,yuo shouldn\'t have to much trouble. If your nreplacing the spark plugs you will find the ones in the rear,especially the number 2 [the middle one} are pretty difficult without removing the cowling. A total pain brought to you by the designers at Ford!
try swapping your PCM power relay with another relay in the relay box (engine compartment by the battery).
The PCM relay powers the fuel and ignition systems, as well as the PCM. Let me know if this doesn't work or you have more questions.
STANDING IN FRONT OF VAN FRONT CYLINDERS FACING YOU LEFT TO RIGHT IS 4 5 6 BACK CYLINDERS LEFT TO RIGHT IS 1 2 3 GET A PIECE OF PAPER WRITE NUMBER 51 THEN WRITE NUMBER 62 UNDER 51 THEN WRITE NUMBER 43 UNDER 62 THATS YOUR COIL PACK WIRES LOCATION MATCH THEM WITH THE CYLINDER SPARK PLUGS YOU HOME FREE.