How to Replace Spark Plugs 11-19 Ford Explorer

How to Replace Spark Plugs 11-19 Ford Explorer

1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace old or defective spark plugs. This video is applicable to the 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 Ford Explorer.

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Socket
• 8mm Socket
• Trim Tool Set
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• 5/8 Inch Spark Plug Socket
• Torque Wrench
• Pick

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Drift Dad says:

Great video. Just did this like 10 min ago. What a pain

Puneet says:

Great video because it shows the reverse – how to put everything back! Just one question – is this the same procedure for my 2013 Ford Edge FWD? Thanks.

Stephen Cannon says:

Good video and detailed.  Does 1A Auto sell the Intake Manifold Gasket and mounting bolts?  Are the Intake Manifold mounting bolts Torque to Yield like Head Bolts and need to be replaced each time?

Courtney Titus says:

What is the firing order?  When I try to look it up, the diagram has the engine facing in another direction. says:

What type or brand torque wrench is used in this video?

608Jaystone1982 says:

Is this the same procedure for the 3.5 Ecoboost?

Ford F-250 6.7 Super says:

Replace the Pcv valve while your there, only a few bucks,

Brendon Jonsson says:

All of that….. for 3 dang spark plugs…… -_-

I appreciate all your videos, however, I have used them from brakes (front AND rear) to this spark plug video! Very informative, and I greatly appreciate that you state the proper torque settings needed for various jobs.

BarryAir says:

Good time to change air filter, spray clean maf sensor, and throttle body…..

Stephen Cannon says:

Call me OCD but I remove and install one t a time. I also mark the box that comes with the new plugs with the cylinder I am removing. #1-6 etc. I put the old plug in that box to use as a reference for how each plug and cylinder is wearing. I can see pretty quickly if plugs have even wear or if there is a problem with any one cylinder and now what cylinder the problem plug came from if any. I can insert the d plug in the box and review later. Again partial OCD but good reference. I have even gone so far as to label the coil packs with each cylinder number as in #1-6 for easy reference later..

Stephen Cannon says:

One final thought don’t get the vehicle to a total state of immobilization. Watching the video and seeing the process I would probably do the rears first.

Stephen Cannon says:

I was hoping to not have to remove the intake plenum but sounds like no choice for rear plugs. I guess if you admit to yourself that the intake plenum has to be removed sounds like process will be a lot easier.

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