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2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8

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Plowhand

09-16-2020 18:32:11




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What's a good set of plugs for this truck?the prices are all over the place.




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fusion1

09-17-2020 04:49:23




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:32:11  
At my Ford Dealership we do not use anything but Motorcraft



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4play

09-16-2020 21:55:11




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:32:11  
Don't worry about what is in the truck, more than likely the part number has been superseded at least once anyway. You are wanting the SP-546 ( PZK14F ) This is the latest design, it's called a one piece plug, it's still two piece but the crimp/seat is more robust and the two pieces are also welded. I have removed dozens of those plugs without breaking them. If this truck has original or early design plugs I would expect at least one to break.

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rustred

09-17-2020 18:29:17




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to 4play, 09-16-2020 21:55:11  
why not worry? u dont know what someone has stuck in it. do your homework and make sur it get the correct plugs.



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JDIH

09-16-2020 20:36:37




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:32:11  
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dsebens

09-16-2020 20:33:48




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:32:11  
If you are alone about repair quotes, stick with someone you trust. We quote up to 8 hours but should be less. Just depends on how many break and how hard they are stuck.
For the people that dont know, that is the 5.4 3v. They are two piece plugs and they have a long snout. The carbon from the engine embeds in it and seizes them. They then snap in half and leave half buried in the head.
If you do it yourself get the Lisle tool for extracting the broken pieces. Its the same tool the tool truck sells. MAKE SURE YOU BLOW OUT ALL THE DEBRIS FROM THE CYLINDER!! You dont want to leave the ceramic in there.
Hope that helps

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gears

09-16-2020 18:37:17




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:32:11  
Motorcrafts from Rockauto were half price of local.



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Plowhand

09-16-2020 18:39:42




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to gears, 09-16-2020 18:37:17  
Any particular number there are a few?



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rustred

09-16-2020 19:21:46




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:39:42  
check what your truck has in it, and then check what it calls for. in other words its the parts mans job.



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J Hamilton

09-16-2020 18:35:33




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to Plowhand, 09-16-2020 18:32:11  
I would recommend staying with OEM Motorcraft plugs. That's what we use in our Ford trucks at work



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Jd man wis

09-17-2020 02:58:02




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to J Hamilton, 09-16-2020 18:35:33  
That's what we always use was motorcraft and had very good luck with them.



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rustred

09-16-2020 18:37:13




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 Re: 2006 f150 spark plugs 5.4 V8 in reply to J Hamilton, 09-16-2020 18:35:33  
i would agree also. why buy junk.



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