Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Good luck because its a pain in your....well, you know. There are going to be "boots" on top of your cylinder heads, twist and remove the boots and you will find the spark plugs "RECESSED" into the cylinder head. This was one of the worst ideas for ever had, it would have Henry Ford rolling over in his grave. Your going to need a ratchet with and extention, and a spark plug socket that has the rubber boot on the inside. If you do not have this you will never get the plug out because its siting in that recessed hole. It's a pain, but good luck to ya, glad its you and not me that has to replace them things. By the way, get ready to cuss when you remove/ replace the back two plugs.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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