Question about 1991 Ford Econoline
Yup, this is a job for miniture people. One or two of the plugs are almost totally blocked. you have to use many tricks to get the plugs out, and a new one back in, NOT so easy.Be very careful to not break the porcelain, VERY easy to do during this job. Sometimes you have to remove parts, and/or raise the engine for better access, Still a hard task.
Use rubber hoses to help thread new plugs...
Have fun, you will be at this for a while...
Also, inspect for broken exhaust manifold bolts, a result of manifold expanison and contraction. broken bolts usually come out pretty easy, as they were flexed to break and not rusted. New manifolds will be needed acouple of times during the life of this vehicle.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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