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I got a 1998 ford f-150 and its a 4.6 liter v8 it keeps blowin the spark plug out but the plug unsrews itself and now a plug won't even grab it just keeps freespinning! How kan I fix this??

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The head contains an insufficient number of threads to hold the plugs when under stress so they have a greater than normal tendency to fail. This is the manufactures fault because the aluminum head was not threaded deep enough to hold the plug securely. If the aluminum threads of your cylinder head are completely stripped then the cylinder head will have to be replaced. Click on the links below to read more: http://f150online.com/forums/v8-engines/103042-living-ford-spark-plug-blow-out-problem.html
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