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03 linc ls 6cyl.want to change spark plugs,able to do right bank(4,5,6),left bank is darn impossible to get to.

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  • bill riggins Apr 07, 2011

    2003 linc ls, 6 cyl

  • bill riggins Apr 07, 2011

    had an idea that was needed! thanks, you"re good.

  • bill riggins Apr 11, 2011

    as usual, awesome service and advice. 4 thumps up!

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Can you give me the exact model of your linc and I will be able to assist you further.
Thank you,
Lee

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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    Lee A. Apr 07, 2011

    You need to pull the intake manifold to get to those plugs. If your doing the plugs I would recommend replacing the coils at the same time as you don't want to have to pull the intake twice in a short period of time as that would not be much fun.
    Thanks,
    Lee

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    Lee A. Apr 07, 2011

    You are very welcome. Thank you and good luck.
    Have a great day,
    Lee

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