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Mister CMK, thanks. It was the awful #4 which I didn't really think was that bad. Apologies if I stepped on anyones toes.
Sorry, I must have missed your post or I would have chimed in quickly.
I agree, the #4 is not as hard to change as some have made it out to be. In fact, once one gets his hand back through all the hoses and wires, there's probably more room around #4 than most of the other COPs.
Honestly though, I wish Ford engineers would WAKE UP one day and design an engine like the Toyota engineers. I have a Sequoia with a 4.7L V-8 that has virtually no encumberances to the top of the engine (which is forward like it should be) in which I could easily change all 8 COPs in less than 20 minutes. Take a look at one some time, this engine compartment is probably less cluttered than my '68 F250's.
Mac Haik is a Joke
1968 F250 CS, 390
Pebble Beige/Wimbledon White
2008 4x4 EB Expedition, White
Yeah, it was kind of funny. I grew up working on my dad's old GMC Jimmy. So when we first got the Expy I was fishing around looking for the spark plugs behind the front wheels and in between the exhaust manifolds.
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