Having problems with your 1998 Ford Windstar ?

Starts and runs OK from a cold start, down the road a few miles after it reaches operating temp starts to miss. At stop light wants to die.. Clears up and runs OK. part 2.... How in the heck do I get to the back spark plugs Please???? I changed the front three but have no clue as to how I will get to the back three.... HELP Please

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-01-2020

Answers :

To get to the back 3 plugs its easiest to have the van on the lift and go up from underneath beside the exhaust. thats about the only way to get to them
I had a chevy truck that used to do the same thing.. I replaced the fule pump, distributor , and put a lot of $$$ in it before a localechanic found the problem... It was a flaky control module (main brains of the sustem).. Replaced it and no moe probs..
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\015\012re: your spark plug issue.. I worked n a repair shop whilein high school. The master mechanic there used a hole saw just big enough for the plug socket to et through and driled a hole in the inner fender.. You pull the tire off and with a socket extension the back plugs are easy access.. one time fix takes care of all future plug changes.
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