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  1. savatreatabvr
    03-07-2017 09:17 AM - permalink
    I accidentally posted a new topic in the wrong thread. I should have put it in 1997 - 2003 F150s but it's in 2009 - 2014 F150s. Can it be moved or should I post a new topic in the correct thread?
  2. Mudder
    09-11-2014 03:11 PM - permalink
    Me & some others were hoping to bring back truck of there month section... forget the sponsorship & just leave it open for voting if that was an issue..thanks!
  3. Briann
    10-24-2013 08:13 AM - permalink
    Okay cool... ya i will look to see if i can find the part before i start. Would turning back and forth as I work it out be a better way to avoid any problem? you would that put more stress on the plug? As for motorcraft plugs... do they make a solid one piece plug now that wont break off?

    Thanks this is real helpful
  4. Briann
    10-23-2013 04:04 PM - permalink

    I have been looking all over and found your step by step process and tips for removing the spark plugs on a 2004-2008 F150. I have just recently bought a 2008 F150 with 60 000 mi on it. i want to change them all and hopefully avoid any problems with them. I'm going to follow your steps there. But just wanted to know if it was okay to crack the plugs and let them soak to soften up, then as you turn the out re-tighten them a little as you go to free up any carbon build up that might collect in the threads? I seen one guy had mentioned doing this? Also where would you be able to purchase the extractor tool? Can you rent them or are they mostly something that is sold? After I get them out what would be the best plug to use to replace them. i don't mind spending a little more for a better longer lasting plug.they must be the solid one piece plug to prevent them from breaking in the future, correct?

    Thanks a lot
  5. terpfan122
    05-13-2013 08:46 PM - permalink
    Hey man - I cannot remember if you posted this is or not -but what tires did you go with for your trailer? Where did you buy them? Thanks
  6. eightfaze
    02-28-2013 04:37 PM - permalink
    hi kozal01, can you help me re-open my thread? I have pics of item up for sale now. Just don't know how to proceed.
  7. Tradesman
    12-30-2012 02:57 PM - permalink
    Hey brother, just checking in to see how you're doing after the accident. Hope all is good. Take care and enjoy the holidays.
  8. Tradesman
    11-29-2012 01:00 AM - permalink
    Sorry to hear about your accident brother, but it's good that you're all right.
  9. Tradesman
    09-30-2012 08:17 PM - permalink
    Got it all buttoned up except for #8. Son of a bitch got rounded. Now I either gotta get a deep socket extractor or else send it off to the dealer for them to remove the heads. Son of a bitch! I'll be posting a write up soon.
  10. Tradesman
    09-30-2012 05:27 PM - permalink
    Yeah, Ford wanted $450 for the base charge and $100 per plug if it breaks. So far only one came out normally. Still working on #4, #7 and #8.

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  • About kozal01
    Im Patrick, Im 30 and I work and live in Michigan. I work as a toolmaker/ CNC programmer/ setup/ operator. US Army Veteran.
    shooting, camping, fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, 4 wheeling
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  • My Truck
    F-150 Lariat Crewcab 4X4
    5.4 V8
    Lariat 4X4
    Edge programmer, Weathertech floor liners, LED third brake light.
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    2005 F-150 Crewcab Lariat 4X4: Salvage recovery, (see garage) Edge Evo tuner, Weather Tech floor liners, Leer XL topper
    Click-->How To: Spark plug change-2005-2008 5.4 3V V8
    Click-->Fuel Pump Driver Module- Check yours!!


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