How do you get at the back plugs of a Ford F-250 5.4 V8?
if theyre ne thing like the 351 use a step ladder to elevate urself and use just a regular hex to get them off or a socket wrench with a 16 or 21mm plug head on it. I'm pretty sure its 21mm
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Try going in from underneath the truck. If it is a newer model ( like on a 2000 Explorer ) you might be able to unsnap flaps in the wheel wells to gain access from the side.
Yes, all spark plugs need to be gapped... but make sure you keep in mind that if the gap is not correct - if there is not enough gap, the spark will not be big enough, and if it is too wide, then there will be too much spark. Standard seems to be .45 but I would check with a dealership near you for a size recommended by them, the underhood specifications, or the brand's…
Unloaded, in town, my 2000 F250 gets about 14 with easy driving. On the highway at 54-55 mph it gets about 17 unloaded and 13 pulling a 5,000 lb trailer. I found slowing from 65 to 55 made a big difference. I have run the truck stock and chipped, and the difference with an Edge is about .7 mpg. Not much help for $280.
Henry Ford started the Ford Motor Company in 1903 and sold its first car the Model A to a Chicago doctor. The Ford Motor Company has produced more than 3 million vehicles. In 1954, the company was producing cars, trucks and tractors. More information about that model year can be found online on the '54 Ford Club of America's website.