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How should i change back sparkplugs on 2004 free star 4.2L

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book time for a tech is about two hours but should be quicker with lots of practice

double that if you have not done one before

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Service brake master cylinder on 2004 Ford Freestar SE.I am replacing the rear brakes and will need to bleed them But I am unable to locate/get to the master cylinder..Help


The master cylinder is on the drivers side, under the windshield wiper cowling. I remove the cowling. Remove the wiper arms, Remove the six screws in the cowling, pull it off. Remove the ten MM nuts by the windshield, remove the 13 MM bolts on the fire wall. Unplug the wiper motor. Pull out and up at the same time. This would be a good time to replace the valve cover gaskets also. They always leak on the back side, because of the heat.

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Car has a miss between 50760 steady speeds . have put on new coil & sparkplugs but still have problem.


I'd open the hood at night in a dark area and watch the plug wires for arcing.

Mar 30, 2013 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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Cylinder 3 misfire


Check ignition lead - ignition cap and sparkplug. look signs of wear or cuts on the lead. The cap should be tight on the sparkplug. The sparkplug must be free of cracks and not unusually blacked out. Replace if in doubt.

Quick test is to open the hood in the dark. Let someone start the car and look for blue sparks around the lead and sparkplug cap. Be careful - keep away from moving parts.

Jun 30, 2011 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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Hola tengo un freestar 2004 de repente se prende es foco de la caja de velocidades que puedo hacer gracias


hola tengo una free star 2006 y paso el swiche y no hace nada .prende el tablero y todo el equipo pero paso la llave y nada

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Replace spark plugs on a ford freestar


I have a 2004 ford freestar and it's missing a lot I changed the spark plugs and fuel filter. what else can I do ?

Apr 02, 2010 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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Changing the three back sparkplugs


I'm not sure if the freestar is exactly like the windstar. I've done alot of windstars. The first thing I do on them is remove the wiper assembly. It opens ever thing up.

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2004 Ford Freestar 4.2 lt SE " She Won't Turn Over"


have the alternator tested and check the drivebelt

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