Question about 1984 Ford Crown Victoria
Hello, There are several places you can try. Parts@McDonaldpart.com 1-812-359-4965. Then for used parts at Uneedapart.com. Another place I use is Car-Parts.com which handles used parts.
The Ford Dealer has a book called an OSI, which cross-references old parts to new numbers. The book Obsolete, Supercede, and Interchange is carried by Dealers to help them find outdated parts.
Now sometimes there is an Engineering number molded on the part and this number is harder to find out information for because it is an internal number used within the 4 walls of Ford. Autozone and I believe Oreillys can reset their Search of parts to include Engineering numbers.
Its a good possibility that Spark-plugs shaped like that are off-brand aftermarket plugs in which case you will need to go back with Factory styled stuff. I hope my solution and information is very helpful in getting your car fixed.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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