Question about 1998 Lincoln Town Car
Do it! The sense of accomplishment of taking a degree of control of your life will be well worth the effort. First try removing a plug at first, taking a note of the details on it and then putting it back in. The auto store will be glad to advise on the replacement type and if you have the details taken from the one briefly inspected you will be on the right track. Replace the plugs one at a time so that there is no chance of mixing up the high tension cables. Inspecting the old plugs may also indicate just how healthy your engine is. If the electrodes are a light uniform grey the engine is in good form.
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