Question about Ford Escort
First of all mark the plug wires from front to back, before removing them, 1,2,3,4,ect. after that remove wires, use spark plug socket to remove plugs, talk to someone at parts house and they will gap new plugs to proper specs. remove old plugs one at a time while installing new ones, it is easy once you get started
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