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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-15-11, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Hi there everyone, I was getting on here to ask a few questions if you all can help me. My company uses quite a few Ford F-150 XL Triton, 2005, 5.6L trucks. I'm actually trying to start servicing them, to save more money for the company.

On some of the trucks, they are over 100,000 miles and haven't had a tune-up. I'm wanting to find out more information about changing the spark plugs on these trucks here at work. Is it something worth my time in doing? Or is it something we ought to take to a mechanic and spend 300 dollars for them to do it?

Thanks everyone for your help.

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I've done them without breaking any but they can break taking them out. Ford has a procedure that can help but they still can break. There's a special tool to remove the broken part that's made by Lisle. Here's a little information on thejob. Ford Triton Spark plug Replacement Problems | YouFixCars.com Here's Fords bulletin but the tool they have doesn't work as good. http://www.etoolcart.com/06152.pdf

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