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Discussion in 'International Explorers' started by baphomet666, June 12, 2011.

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    1. baphomet666

      baphomet666 Active Member

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      :( Hello everyone.

      Please how to change spark plugs on EXPLORER 94, the front right side of the truck is not too crowded but many on the left side a lot of hose and electrical wire
      Can you guide me please, thank you very much


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      Yeah be ready for some frustrating work. Before you even attempt to replace plugs, unhook as many wires as possible for elbow room. Be sure to have the negative battery cable unhooked as well. Have a spark plug swivel socket with T connector, and some rubber hose that futs snugly over the spark plug terminal. I have a 97 Explorer and found it easier to jack it up and go through the wheel well for pas side. Go slow when taking old plugs out, dont want to strip anything. Use dialectic grease and anti sieze when putting in new plugs. Good luck!
       
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      :thumbsup: Thank you very much..;)

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