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How to remove spark plugs in a 2003 ford explorer sport trac. Is there a trick to getting the back 2 out on the passenger side and also getting the front one on the drivers side.

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Remove the front wheels and splash sheilds. Make sure to spray some pb blaster or rust lick or whatever and let it sit and work in for awhile so you don't break one.

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I had the same 'scratch my head' moments while looking at the engine trying to figure it out. I found this link on the web and it was VERY helpful! Pics and easy wording for me. I found that I didn't need the swivel ratchet that he suggested but DID need to be a contortionist a couple of times. Hard on the hands and knuckles but still doable. Good luck and lots of patience!

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