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Chage spark plugs on 2003 taurus

Change spark plugs on 2003 taurus

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This is relatively easy i will suggest that you get a sparkplug socket with a swivel head this will keep you from breaking off the plugs in the head. to remove the plugs turn counter clockwise i will also suggest that you take them out 1 at a time and replace them the same way unless your sure as to what the firing order is. start all plugs by hand first to insure that they wont be cross threaded then tighten them down to a snug fit usually a 1/4 turn after they seat. hope this helps you.

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