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Old 11-12-2012
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Icon5 Help with my how to youtube video

Hi I have a 2000 ford ranger I need to change my spark plugs and wires is there a good how to guide? I have a 94 f150 and have always changed the plugs & wires & oil ect. But this little truck seems to be pain not the driver side that's easy I have read many differant ways to get at the ones on the passenger side what's the best way?

Also I am thinking about doing my first how to youtube video but first I need to know how to
You know what I'm saying I just dont want to waste my time doing it wrong so I need to know everythig which I don't so any advise would be helpful

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Not an expert myself, but which engine do you have? I ask because the 4 cyl has 2 plugs on each cylinder, and if thats what you have like mine, then I believe it just takes a bunch of swivels and extensions to get the back ones that are hidden. Not sure what they're like if it's a 3.0 or 4.0 though.
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I did forget to mention that it's a V6 4.0 I hope that I don't have to take the front wheel off to change them
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