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Electrical Iridium Spark Plug Installation XP

Steve and Gavin Maloof

Guy at autopartswarehouse Let me try new spark plug iridium XP I want to teach my car a crazy grandson, a good chance of a new car technology in Gavin. A small study of my electricity before departure, learned that they have produced more than 110 billion spark plugs in their 100-year business. In combination with my limited lifetime warranty I feel very confident in installing the electricity on my truck.

We used basic hand tools to work; I decided to use a compact drive to remove and replace (8) fasteners that secure the coil pack to the cylinder head.

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Electrical Iridium Spark Plug Installation XP

August 2, 2017 Auto Parts Warehouse

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by Steve and Gavin Maloof

Guy at autopartswarehouse Let me try new spark plug iridium XP I want to teach my car a crazy grandson, a good chance of a new car technology in Gavin. A small study of my electricity before departure, learned that they have produced more than 110 billion spark plugs in their 100-year business. In combination with my limited lifetime warranty I feel very confident in installing the electricity on my truck.

We used basic hand tools to work; I decided to use a compact drive to remove and replace (8) fasteners that secure the coil pack to the cylinder head.

Instead of chasing dealers and wire plugs, the most modern vehicles, including my 2012 Ford F-150 Lasso 5, use the coil plug system to distribute sparks from the engine management System, spark plug.

Before I wanted to try out the new electric iridiumxp plugs and find out if they could make my car better behave 65,000 miles. Electric said that iridiumxp will last longer, providing enhanced flammability with other premium plugs.

I told Gavin how to find the coil bag and remove them with a 5/16 socket to access the spark plug. Fortunately, enough space in the cabin was not too challenging for Gavin, and he quickly bolted the (8) bolt to the coil.

The trickiest part of the process for the first timer is to disconnect the coil pack from the ignition system. A little patience of the connector is separated and reconnected, without damage.

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