I have a 92 Ford 350 Motorhome. I needed to do a tuneup on it and searched for info on changing plugs and fond nothing. I did it my self and found a way. On the left bank cylinders 2,3,4 are not much problem but #1 cylinder is nearly impossible. I finally removed the battery and aircleaner. Their is a bracket that holds the air intake flex/solid tubing. Remove it. Their are 2 bolts next to the radiator that are hard to get to but it can be done with a small end wrench. You now have enough room to reach #1 plug with a swivel socket and extensions. I actually had more trouble with the #5 cylinder First one on left bank. I removed the battery (RV battery) making a path for extensions and swivel socket. I broke the plug getting it out and had problems getting the new plug in. I used a spark plug wrench with a rubber insert to hold the plug. The problem was it could not be removed because of the boot friction. I finally put the plug in with a spring loaded "getters". I laid it in the heat shield under the plug and then removed the rubber boot from the plug socket. I then could degotiate the socket down and thread the plug in and when it was tight i could pull the socket off without much problem.
Just hope I never have to do this again. Hope this helps.
call a mechanic
Put the IROC up on jack stands and remove the spark plugs from under the engine.
That depends on which engine you have : The 4.6 L and 5.4 L - V8 engines have ( 8 spark plugs ) The 6.8 L - V10 engine has ( 10 spark plugs ) The diesel engine has ( 0 spark plugs )
In a 1997 Ford F-350 the 460 cubic inch / 7.5 liter V8 engine is a gasoline engine . It has ( 8 ) spark plugs and spark plug wires .The 7.3 liter V8 / 445 cubic inch is a diesel and has no spark plugs or spark plug wires
According to one of the Ford websites : For a 1992 Ford E-350 , 5.8 liter / 351 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .044 inch )
If it's a 5.4, the plugs are loated under the coilpacks. You need to remove one of the 8 coilpacks, then you will see the sparkplug down a deep hole.
none a diesel does not have spark plugs it has glow plugs and depends on the engine and if its a 350 it has 8
Just below exhaust manifolds. Unless you have a diesel engine. In which case those crazy Ford people forgot to put any spark plugs in any of their diesels. If it is a 4.6 , 5.4 or V10 they are next to intake manifold under coil on plug .
Check the Vehicle Emission Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of the engine compartment ( it will show the type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap )
Use the same spark plugs as you would with a distributor, but reset the gap to .020".
Check the Vehicle Emission Control Information ( VECI ) decal located in the front of the engine compartment ( it will show what type of spark plugs to use and the spark plug gap )
Ummmm......... I think you want to use spark plug wires.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1989 Ford F-350 , 7.5 liter / 460 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .044 inch )
Look in your owners manual or do a EXTENSIVE search in google if you cant find it What year is it?
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Change the fluids and filters. Inspect the spark plugs and wires. Clean the carburetor.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1967 Ford F-350 , 5.8 litre / 352 cubic inch V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .035 inch )
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1987 Ford E-350 , 7.5 L / 460 cubic inch V8 engine : The spark plugs are gapped at ( .044 inch )
it could be a number of things...im no diesel mechanic but check your spark plugs and spark plugs wires, it seems your battery is ok if the car turns over...it may not be firing if the car doesnt start...so my 1st guess would be to check if ur getting any spark at the spark plugs there is only glow plugs not spark plugs. were talken bout a diesel right?
The 1991 350 cubic and Chevrolet engine spark plug gap is .027. Most spark plugs will come pre-gapped from the manufacturer.
The 1986 Chevrolet 350 cubic inch engine spark plug gap is .027. Most spark plugs will be pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
There is not spark plugs in a diesel engine.
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1978 Ford F-350 : All sizes of gasoline V8 engines have the spark plugs gapped at : ( .044 inch )