On the Ford Triton engines a separate coil is used for each cylinder. The coils are mounted over the top of the spark plugs. To access the spark plugs, remove the screws that secure the coils to the top of the cylinder heads and gently pull up on the coil to remove it and the short 3-4 inch plug wire that attaches the coil to the plug. A special knuckle joint or flex extension will be required to remove some of the plugs located at the rear of the engine.
There are 4 spark plugs on the drivers side of the truck, four on the passenger side of the truck.
i know if you have the 5.4L V8 you will have coil packs. not spark plugs
Screwed in the heads.
I believe the dealership gets 190.00 time and plugs
They are on top of the cylinder head below the coil packs. If you are replacing them it will be BEST to use Motorcraft plugs and to put anti-seize on the threads.
The 4.6 L Triton wasn't used in the F-150 until 1997
The spark plug firing order for the 4.2 L V6 engine is ( 1 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 3 - 6 )
www.motorcraft.com shows .054 inch
.052 - .054
Mine is 3:55
beneath each individual coil pack. You need to remove a coil pack to get to a spark plug.
on top of the spark plugs in the intake manifold.
1998 ford f150 5.4 liter v8 triton 4x4 20 amp fuse is not blown but has no power to it for the trailer stop & turn but has running lights
According to the 1998 Ford F-150 Owner Guide : The spark plugs for the 4.2 liter V6 engine are gapped at ( .052 to .056 inch ) * confirm with the Vehicle Emission Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of your engine compartment
Their are two valve covers on each side the four spark plugs are mounted in the engine block just below each of the Valve covers
The plugs are located on the inboard side of the cylinder head near the intake manifold, under or near the fuel injection rails. You do not have spark plug wires, but rather 8 separate ignition coils that sit on top of the spark plugs.
( .054 inch ) according to www.motorcraft.com
they are under the little circle black things which are called coils
they are "inside" individual openings in your intake manifold. Each plug has a coil on top. Look for the coils, round with a nipple coming off that the wiring harness plugs to. You need an extension to get to them once you take off the coil. 2 of them are a real bear to change.
According to the 2001 Ford F-150 Owner Guide : For the 4.2 liter V6 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .052 to .056 inch ) * confirm with the Vehicle Emissions Control Information ( VECI ) decal in the front of your engine compartment
no spark from the coil, or the icm, or plugs are shot or plug wires, no fuel,no shark no start
There are a couple of a reasons why a 1994 Ford F150 truck will not start. The truck may have a dead battery or the spark plugs need to be replaced.