The oil pan wont make any difference in that unless you have disconnected the engine ground. Your question suggests that the engine wont crank which to a mechanic means that the starter wont engage, I am thinking that you mean that it wont fire or start in which case recheck your plug wires to be sure they are in the correct order, many people mix them up when changing, and make sure you push them onto the plug completely till they click ( you can feel or hear the metal inside the plug wire end go over the plug tip). and be sure the plugs are gapped correctly, they dont come gapped for your vehicle right out of the box.
8 spark plugs
8 spark plugs
The plugs are under the coil. Just remove the coil and there they are.
Make sure the air filter is clean. Fuel can't burn without air. Also try replacing the spark plugs.
Remove the spark plug wires from your 2002 Mercury Grand Marquis spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs by turning them to the left with a deep well 5/8 socket. Reverse the process to install the new spark plugs.
they are located under the coil pack
Remove the coil on top of the plug, they are there.
C.O.P. ( coil on plug ) They are under the coil's.
Under the coil on each cyl.
cooliant in resvoir tank will be brown
Bad Rings. Get your Rings replaced asap.
You do not need to remove the fuel rail to remove the spark plugs.
look on the very top of the motor and you will see a long rail them are the spark injectors for your spark plugs. pull them injectors out and you will see your spark plugs.
If it has them they are located on the side of the block. They are actually casting plugs used to remove sand during casting, and have nothing to do with protection from freezing.
The original plugs should be good for around 100,000 miles ( 160,000 ) kms. Take it from there.
there is a coil on each one. remove the coil and there is the plug.
Each spark plug has a coil on the top. Just remove the coil.
remove engine cover
no they are not in the way at all but the air box intake needs to be removed to get to the left side spark plugs
my van will crank, but won't start, had spark plugs change
According to one of Fords websites : For a 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis , 4.6 liter V8 engine : ( the spark plugs are gapped at .054 inch )
It could be a number of reasons - bad spark plugs, plug wires - plugs gapped incorrectly, plugged catalatyc convertor, te list goes on and on . . . .
firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front
Depends on which shop you take it to. Usually around $350 for plugs and wires, etc.