Changing Spark plugs on a 2010 M90 GT
So I tried replacing the factory original Motocraft spark plugs on my 2010 GT with some nice NGK after market plugs. The passenger side took me all of 20 minutes to finish. The driver's side was another story. It took me about 30 minutes to work my way back to the spark plug nearest the firewall. At this point I realized that not only would the throttle bottle have to come off, but so would the elbow on the super charger.
I am not so confident doing this on my own with all the vacuum lines and plumbing, i don't want to get myself in over my head. Does anyone have any experience they could share with replacing spark plugs on an M90 car.
With the 7 out of 8 changed the car runs a tonne smoother and the low end power is more noticeable, I will like get into the habit of swapping then every summer whether they need it or not.
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