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Whats the easiest/ best way to replace the rear spark plugs on my 2004 freestar?

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Hello there:
The best way i have found out is to get a 3 inch or a 6 inch swivel adapter with a socket wrench that has a swivel head on it this allows you to have it placed in different positions to ease the removal
Also there are spark plug wrenches that come in different lengths also so you may want to invest in one of these the are universal for most cars ok
Hope this is very helpful for you
Best regards Michael

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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