Question about Lincoln Town Car
Find the wires - there will be 6 or 8 of them - probably black - probably 1/2 on one side of the engine and the other 1/2 on the other side of the engine. One end leads to the coil or distributor and the other end leads to the spark plug.
Difficult to change? Maybe. You will have to have the proper deep well socket, an extension, and handle and maybe a 'universal joint' You will have to have the proper plugs, you will have to properly 'gap' the plugs and most essentially, you will have to get the new plugs in without cross threading them. If you cross thread ONE plug, you just blew the $ you 'saved' bu changing the plugs yourself! Another thing, you must do only one plug at a time to prevent cross wiring the plugs.
Since you don't know where the plugs are, I will say you should watch someone do this job before you attempt it yourself.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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