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Old 11-02-2010, 11:33 PM   #1
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I just bought a 2005 Lariat 5.4 with 190,000kms and it has pushed the spark plug out of the #4 cylinder twice in the last 2 weeks, the shop said the threads aren't stripped and they switched plugs so it isnt the spark plug either.
Any ideas what might be going on? Maybe the mechanic isnt tightening the spark plug up tight enough or would there be any other reasons that might be happening?
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Is he antisiezing the threads? Are they tourqueing down the plugs to the correct spec?
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Make sure they are not Autolite HT 15 plugs, I and many others have had lots of trouble with them.
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Why would it be only 1 plug ???
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why would it be just 1 plug causing problems....
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Is he antisiezing the threads? Are they tourqueing down the plugs to the correct spec?
not sure about the torque, what is the required torque? and they are the motocraft OEM replacement plugs that are in there
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The check engine light has come on twice for #4 cylinder missfire.
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not sure about the torque, what is the required torque? and they are the motocraft OEM replacement plugs that are in there
I show 34 Nm (25 ft-lb)
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