Question about Ford F-150
No the motor does not need to be move at all. Just follow the plug wire to each plug which is located on top of the motor. Pull wire off and slide a spark plug socket with extension down into the head and unbolt. The only one that might give you trouble would be plug 4 on passengers side but thats on a Expedition and a F150 is easier to work on.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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