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Thank you Tim. Looks like lots of good information here.. Ken
 
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To my knowledge it is exactly the same. My information is for the 2001 model.

There are fewer threads on the 1999 model. The head was changed after that year. A few of the units had a problem blowing out the spark plugs.

Maybe someone who has the 1999 model can comment. Are you sure of the year model of the chassis. There is sometimes a differance between the motor home year model and the chassis year model. Many times the chassis is one year older.

The Motor home plugs may be easier to get to or harder depending on the model. My guess is that a Class C would be easy. I do not know about a Class A.
 
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I went to the MotorCraft web site and it listed the same plugs I used.

Do not know about the Torque.

The plug listed is AWSF22E

www.motorcraft.com

You can look it up yourself. The web site says to use AntiSeize but does not specify the torque.
 
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The chassis (class C) was built June 99 and the Winnie part Sept 99.
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I had heard about the fewer threads in the earlier engines..that's why I'm very
anxious to make sure the plugs don't come flying out!..

Ford fitted a complete reman. engine for me in 2001..because a connecting rod was trying to get out of the block.!! So, maybe it has a OK head now !

I always use anti-seize...But I'm paranoid about the proper torque specs.
I'll go see our local Ford Truck Dealer and get the proper specs..

You have been a great help to me as I now have a better what I'm in for.

Thank you again...Ken
 
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Careful My local Ford Dealer sold me the wrong plugs.

The plugs they sold me were for the Explorer/ Ranger series.
 
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Originally Posted by tmehrkam
Careful My local Ford Dealer sold me the wrong plugs.

The plugs they sold me were for the Explorer/ Ranger series.
To-day the Ford dealer told me I needed part # SP 479 !!
But I will double check before I buy them..Thank's...
 
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Old 04-07-2006, 03:50 PM
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AWSF22E or AGSF22WMF4

Both of these part numbers are listed however it says qty 10 or the AWSF22E and Qty 2 of the second part number?

Help what do I use?
 
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The "F4" means four-pack.

Not sure why other parts of the number are different though.

HELP! I never learned Motorcraft numbers because I never used them before ...
 
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AGSF22WM is the correct plug for my 2001 F250 6.8L

AGSF22WMF4 is quanty 4 of the same part.

You can go to www.motorcraft.com and look it up yourself or down the pdf file at
http://www.fordinstallersupport.com/...logs/spark.pdf for the full catalog with more information than you would ever need. Warning it is a 12MN download

In a previous post I said AWSF22E. That was wrong! I got it off the motorcraft site but I cannot find it now. I am pretty sure that is the plug the dealer sold me that I returned. It is the same except it has the fine wire electrode and would probably work just fine.

The plugs that came in the truck are obsolete and no longer made. I do not remember the part number right off my head.

Sorry for any trouble this may of caused.
 

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The AWSF22E is what the V10 used for a couple/three years. They were black-oxide plated steel and had 6 threads with a shoulder between the threads and the seat.

The AGSF22WM is what took its place. The AG is zinc (or similar) plated steel with 11 threads, no shoulder.

The AG is not a "fix" for plug spits, however. Extra threads on the plug don't mean squat if the threads in the head are not there.
 
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Great tip on the home made air tip! I was wondering how i was going to do that

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Originally Posted by someday
has anybody ever indexed for the v10 or any engine for that matter?
I'm pretty sure you've lost interest in this question - but this thread needs a bump anyway. At any rate, we index the plugs in the racecar, but admittably it might not be worth it even there. I wouldn't even consider it on this one.
 
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Old 11-26-2006, 02:58 PM
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Still arround.

I do not have much time to post. We are building a new house. The important part is the three car garage with attached shop.

The truck is doing fine in spite of the fact that I let it roll down a hill had hit a tree. Replaced the entire front end including the frame.

All seems to be ok now.
 
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