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Old 10-06-2014, 07:34 PM   #1
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Sup folks. My car is over 60k miles now and I'm thinking it's getting that time to swap plugs soon just to be safe.

I have the plugs ordered along with anti sieze, gapping tool and boot protectant.

The instructions I found are a bit offputting. It suggests removing the entire intake manifold to access the right bank. Is this actually necessary? Here is the link: How to Change the Spark Plugs on your 3.7L Mustang | A 3.7L V6 Mustang Owner Resource for Modifications and Repairs

Also, can anyone confirm that the 0.45 gap from the factory is correct? The guy in the article is boosted so the gap would be more towards the 0.38 he said Procharger recommended.

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Yes you have to remove the upper intake manifold. What plugs are you going with?
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Yes you have to remove the upper intake manifold. What plugs are you going with?
Since I'm not boosted yet and there isn't any need for a different heat range I went with Motorcraft Sp 520s.

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