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Old 05-25-2011, 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by floattrip View Post
I have always changed my own plugs in every car/truck I have owned. I am very nervous about doing so since my truck has 145K on it and the plugs need to be replaced. I have put it off for some time now but I need to do it before summer is here. What should I do if the plugs break? What advice do you have for me? Shop?? Thanks for your help!!
buy that tool kit from cornwell I posted in the link above, I would suggest having an intake plenum/induction service done before to remove as much build up on these plugs before you change them. It is quite a job, I am a Ford tech and have done a few so far and that tool is your best friend when doing this change. The last set I did broke every plug within less than 1/4 turn. it was an 05 with 120k. It is hit and miss on when they break or do not break. So it is best to have the tool just in case.
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