Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
I went to replace plugs and could not remove. While online to see how can be removed (by way still won't budge) I read about serrvicing throttle throat. Used rubbing alcohol as recommended. Put assembly back together plus reattached plug wire
Now Service light is on have rough idle. Read owners manual said could be-bad gas-empty tank or fuel cap. Took off fuel cap, replaced and problem seemed to have gotten worse!
Make sure to check the firing order, that means every plug wire has to go to a specific spark plug, if you unplug all or more than one plug wire at same time, you might mix it, and that should be all your problem just get a firing order specifications and have it done.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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