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How to replace spark plugs in a 2008 ford edge

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SOURCE: i have ford edge 2008

yes it does need changing at the appropriate mileage requirement.

Posted on Apr 13, 2011

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SOURCE: 2004 ford ranger edge 3.0L spark plug wire diagram

The diagram you seek is below.


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Removal

LH side

  1. Disconnect the crankcase vent tube quick connect coupling from the valve cover fitting and position aside.
RH side


  1. NOTE: The upper intake manifold must be removed to access the RH spark plugs only.
Remove the upper intake manifold.

Both sides

  1. Disconnect the 6 ignition coil-on-plug electrical connectors.
  2. NOTE: When removing the ignition coil-on-plugs, a slight twisting motion will break the seal and ease removal.
Remove the 6 bolts and the 6 ignition coil-on-plugs.


  1. CAUTION: Only use hand tools when removing or installing the spark plugs or damage can occur to the cylinder head or spark plug.
NOTE: Use compressed air to remove any foreign material in the spark plug well before removing the spark plugs.

Remove the 6 spark plugs.

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

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2007 ford edge engine missing they say coil pack and cost could be $1700.00. Is this possible?


it depends on how many coils are bad. pep boys auto parts lists them @ $301.99 each, for your vehicle, there will be a bit of a markup on the cost of the part, that is normal.
then there is the labor, job should take between 1/2 to 1 1/2 hours x labor per hour.
when I had mine replaced only the ones that needed to be replaced were done.
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An ignition coil is a compact electrical transformer that boosts the 12-volt current from the battery into the high voltage (15,000-20,000 volts or more) needed to start a car. Typically there is one ignition coil for each spark plug, either sitting on top of each spark plug (eliminating the need for spark plug wires) or physically connected together as a coil pack that is installed and replaced as a single unit. Symptoms of a bad coil pack include misfires, poor fuel consumption or loss of power -- although these can be caused by other factors. Typical costs:
  • An ignition coil typically costs $70-$375 or more depending on the make and model of vehicle, if it is a single coil or a coil pack, and whether the part is made by the vehicle manufacturer (called OEM parts, and typically more expensive) or an aftermarket product from a company other than the vehicle manufacturer.
  • For example, AutoZone[1] offers an aftermarket ignition coil for a 2008 Ford Focus for $103; FordParts.com[2] offers ignition coils for the same vehicle for $72-$159. Replacing an ignition coil can be a relatively straightforward do-it-yourself project. AutoMD provides how-to instructions[3] , and estimates it as a moderately complex project that takes about an hour.
  • Professional installation typically takes 0.5-1.5 hours, depending on the vehicle, at $50-$120 an hour (depending on whether the work is done at an independent or chain repair shop, or at a dealership, which is typically more expensive). This brings total costs to $100-$550 or more.
  • For example, RepairPal.com[4] estimates replacing a single ignition coil on a 2008 Ford Focus costs about $37-$49 for labor and $123-$144 for parts, making a total cost of about $160-$193; for a 2008 Dodge Ram 1500 truck the estimate is about $102-$135 for labor and $74-$120 parts, or $176-$255 total; for a 2008 Toyota Camry it's $74-$98 labor and $102-$210 parts, with a total of $176-$308.

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The gap for spark plug on ford edge 2008


gap is about .52". there should be a decal under the hood somewhere that shows the plug gap on it.

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When shouldpcv be changed on 2008 ford edge


If you are able, get a original part and change it following the services / warranty list of parts, that the dealer change according the miles. If you buy the PCV in a regular auto store; more frecuently, maybe half the time. Hope this helps. Take care.

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How to tune up 2007 ford edge


with electronic and computer controled ignition, replacing the spark plugs is about it

Mar 10, 2013 | 2007 Ford Edge SEL Plus

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No tune-up They left 25 years ago

Only spark plugs left

Computers have been tuning engines since 1980

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Incorrect spark plug gapping is prime suspect or damaged coil leas

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2003 Ford Ranger Edge V6. It is missing or hesitating on take off and in the early gears especially. Is it the fuel filter?


no ,they very rarely need changing unless the metal canister has corroded ,most likely its a mass air flow sensor in the air intake pipe

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I need to know how to change the back three spark plugs on my 2008 ford edge , do i remove the manifold.to get to them, is it safe


Yes, you will have to remove the intake manifold. If you are mechanically inclined, it's not that hard. Looks complicated because of all the wires and hoses. Just take your time, keep track of everything you do, take notes if you have to, so everything goes back together the same way it came apart. Since you are going to all this trouble be sure you buy a premium spark plug. I wouldn't use Champion or Ford products. NGK Iridium would be my choice if they are available.

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