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2003 Accord spark plug changing special tools? other parts besides plugs? Procedure? Common experianced problems?

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My 2003 Ford Expedition seems to buck back and forth between 40 and 50 mph. the check engine light is not on and i just changed the fuel filter. It has 104000 miles, and I just bought it last year. Any...


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Is special tool needed to change spark plugs


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