Jerry Herron: Great video, all pro. Thanks for the info
STEVEN SLAGLE: That help me a lot thanks
Aaron Zimmerman: Great video very usefull
Bill Moore: Super job.
Brent C: very informative thanks
718mattmatt: I have both the 4.2 liter v6 in my f150 and I have the 5.4 liter in my 99
f250 idk why people say that the 5.4 is a bad motor I have 170xxx on it and
not a single problem other than the valve cover gaskets leak a little the
4.2 is a great motor too I bought it off this guy that had the intake
gasket problem fixed so I love ford and will always have them
7xrepiv: 5.4 are known to break sparks in the head. I seen allot of people use
impact wrenches to pull the plugs. Whats ur take on that?
Grover Burkett: The 3v engines have really difficult spark plug that sometimes break. The
2v spark plug should not normally break. I just wish they would use a
little more thought on routing EGR tubes and such to not make removing the
COP so hard.
bill731990: i would suggest first quarter wash carefully cleaning all the dirt and
junk away from the plugs and then praying each plug with penetrating oil
letting sit over night and then replacing each coil boot there not much and
like a wire can go bad over time only have to do it ever 100000 might as
well spend the extra money around 6-10 a cylinder
csamburgey1: I have a 2001 F250 5.4 and i'm getting a PO355 code. I changed plug and
coil and made sure the coil is firing but it still runs terrible. I had it
diagnosed at a shop and they are saying it has a burnt valve. It happened
suddenly so I was surprised to hear burnt valve. I have another guy telling
me to get a new PCM. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!
briansmobile1: As long as it hasn't been salted you'll most likely be fine.
Jason Bridschge: You have prob aleady answered this question but what is the deal with the
plugs breaking in this motor? Is it preventable and where would a guy find
the specialty tool if I do break one?
briansmobile1: Sage advice my friend- thanks for the wisdom!
Hardblackman: Any videos on tapping a oil drain plug
contenova: Brian i have a question I have a 1997 expediton 5.4 when i try to
accellerate it will sputter badly unless i work the throttle...Seems like
it boggs anyone else have this problem..I have replaced the fuel
filter...Its fine when im on the flat but as sonn as there is a load it
will sputter unless i feather the throtlle to stay in the sweet spot...
meaning a 3000 rpm.Thx if you can reply cool if you cant no worries..
bazzline85: Hey Brian, my name is Mike and my truck is a 2000 5.4 Triton and I'm
thinking of adding another 2.5 to 3" lift using a torsion key. I bought it
used and its got some lift to it right now. I wanted to find out whether
this is a stock lift and if it is am I still able to lift it using the
torsion keys. I don't want to use any kits at this time. Thanks.
MrSeeker2013: PLEASE DO... also do you know anything about bi fuel (cng) trucks? Trying
to do this right now
Brad Lindley: What a great video- thanks for this!
cooljoescott: Great video, you made it look real easy. Thank you.
Jessie Bourne: How hard is it to change the rest spark plugs? I read that a couple of them
are kinda tricky in the back. I got a couple of estimates from mechanics,
one told me it is a 3.5 hour job and another one told me it is 1.5 hours.
And with being told 2 different things my husband and I are wanting to do
chris b: Digging the funny intros and vids of course;}
anthonylopez3232: On the 2003 model how do u get to the number 8 plug? The fuel rail is over
the coil blocking it in
briansmobile1: I don't have a vid on that, but I know I've seen a few here on Youtube from
the tool retailers.
ljw2896: Qeustion Ford dealer is charging me $329.00 plus tax to change spark plugs
in my 2002 F250 is that about right as far as pricing goes thanks
Cpl. Chronic: I just changed the plugs on my truck: '01 F-250 4X with the 5.4. It's 12
yrs old with 86,000 on it. The bolts and plugs came out easy on mine.
Thankfully. All I can say is, put some never seize on the threads when you
put them back.
Richard Kicklighter: At what mileage, starting from zero would you recommend a tune up? The 99
F250 5.4 (approx 95K miles) drinks gas like a redneck at a free beer & BBQ
wings buffet. Thanks!
briansmobile1: I'd pay the tech to do them if you're not sure.
onlinemartinez: Thank You! very informative. I have a 2000 e150 with 112k miles and I'm
about to replace all the spark plugs and coils. your video will help a LOT.
briansmobile1: Soak it in PB Blaster over night and try again.
Jeremy Lopez: dude, i hate these engines! lol i replace my old engine on my 97 expo with
a new used 99 expo engine with 67k miles. everything on these engines are
to get to.
briansmobile1: They're pretty close.
briansmobile1: You're welcome Conrad!
tarek osman: great work
scottyray12: How do you reach the back coils that are so dradded?
briansmobile1: The first thing to do is double check your work. Did anything like a vacuum
line break near the work you did? Were the parts correct? Were the parts
installed correctly? Were any wire harness' rerouted near exhaust or moving
briansmobile1: I know it sounds stupid or sissy, but no one cares how much you know until
they know how much you care about them. You really can't teach anyone
anything unless they trust you. No one will trust you if they feel you
don't like them. If you tell some one they're dumb, wrong, foolish, etc
they will not like you. This will never help you or them. It isolates you
from learning from each other due to pride.
briansmobile1: Welcome Dustin!
molybednum90: You really do not understand the physics here. The grease impedes the flow
of electric energy. Reduction of electron flow reduces power. The fact that
you have assembled something and it appears to work does not mean you have
it right. The only difference is knowing the difference and you do not.
anarchyamp: Have oil in my spark plugs, how hard to do valve cover gaskets? Is it true
that I need to do intake manifold gasket as well if i'm going to do valve
Cpl. Chronic: Here's a challenge: Show the job on Cyl 4 or 10. lol It's possible to do it
without removing the fuel rail. Awkward, but possible. I did have to use a
flex extension to remove the coil pack bolt on cyl 9 and 10, but straight
extensions on everything else.
Jim Wojdylak: I've spent hours searching videos on this topic. This is the best video
I've seen. Wasn't sure how to remove the connector from the c.o. Thanks for
showing where the clip is located.
Trent Ewing: do u have to remove fuel rail or is here room
briansmobile1: unbolt the rail and pull it up or lean it a little. That gets you half way.
The angle and the flex of the coil boot get you the rest.
briansmobile1: Unbolt the fuel rails. I have another video on that. I'll see about posting
moparmania74: Brian. you say injector cleaner will cause a film. would all types do that?
like lucas, and marvel mystery oil? cause both of those products say you
can, and really should use them with EVERY fill up...i have been using
quite a bit of the marvel lately testing my fuel mileage and it for sure
improves my mileage. and ALOT at that. depending on the type of driving but
i can see a difference of up to 8mpg when i use marvel and 89octane gas...
(this is in my 07 chevy uplander. which says to use 87)
Eliran Lugassy: very informative, great video! you have my subscription!
murmaider2: I noticed you've mentioned fuel injector cleaners causing build up and loss
of compressor, does lucas oil fall into this category?
briansmobile1: It is. I may have misread it. I just looked it up in the book and you're
right... you smart guy you!
Vet: When I graduated High School, all I wanted to do was kick back and relax without having to do any homework. But I realized I have no money to do anything fun. So I went to a San Francisco Vet School to get trained to make money. But seeing your videos, I am gonna be an internet marketer on the side. Let me know if you have any tips. Thanks.
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