Question about 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I have a 1999 Ford E-150 with 88K miles. I haven't changed the plugs in years. Running good, but thought it would be time to change or just do an injection flush of some kind. Any thoughts on it?
Your money is better spent getting some lucas injector cleaner instead of the flush LARGE BOTTLE for about 10 bucks, add 3 ounces for every 10 gallons and this doeas a real good job of cleaning injectors and also lubricating them and the top end. I have a 4.0L ranger w/88K and they are clean, I removed one just to see how it looked and it looked new, no deposits at all.. I put some in monthly and all my cars are performing better MPG wise.. one of them is a 1990 BMW 210K miles and they look almost new. I started using it on the BMW and after the great results there I put it in all my cars like Mom's Castor oil.... Keeps 'em regular.. :o)
Change the plugs... They say they are good to 100K Ok maybe but your fuel mileage will suffer as will your performance..
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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