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Discussion in '2011-2014 V6 Mustang Tech' started by jsrmr37, Nov 24, 2014.

  1. jsrmr37

    jsrmr37 New Member

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    Can anybody post a video on how to change the spark plugs on a v6 2013 Mustang. Really confusing lol
     
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    Driver side is very simple. Just unplug the wire from each coil, remove one bolt, pull the coil and boot out ( one piece). Carefully remove the plugs making sure not to cross thread. When putting the new plugs in be are to coat the threads with an anti seize compound.

    Passenger side not as easy. You will have to remove the intake manifold. Not a really big deal, but requires more work.
     
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    Just curious as to why you are changing the plugs. I changed mine because the car is turbo charged and needed a cooler plug with a closer gap.
     
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    Feels like it lacks power when accelerating.. It stalls..
     
  5. Phil II

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    What isn't stock?
     
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    What you mean?
     
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    Phil II Cone Destroyer Staff Member

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    What is not factory on your car? Bogging down at speed is not at all normal for an oem 3.7
     
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    Everything in my car is stock. I'm a noon I know nothing about cars. I wish I did :( or had someone to teach me!
     
  9. Markstang

    Markstang Polishing my banhammer Staff Member

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    What kind of mileage do you have on the car? Spark plugs last a good long time, changing plugs may not be the solution. Could be a clogged fuel filter or air filter.