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How do you change the spark plugs on a 2005 Ford Focus?

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2009-07-01 16:00:16
2009-07-01 16:00:16

u need a wrench or a spark plug socket and maybe an extension.......remove the spark plug wire n start unscrewing the spark plug.....when u install new spark plugs make sure it is gapped to proper specifications,......u can look on the sticker under the hood, install same way u took it off, real easy

on the 2005 and later ford focuses they have coil over, there for- you have to unscrew the bolt holding the coil down, once that bolt is removed, you simply just pull the whole unit up and out, once out you remove the spark plug as u normally would probably with a 6" extension, and the appropriate spark plug socket. and just reverse the process, there quite easy to do.

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