how to change spark plugs on a 2002 Lincoln continental

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Asked by 34matt Apr 19, 2015 at 06:34 PM about the 2002 Lincoln Continental FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How to get to back plugs

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There are 8 individual coils, each one has a plug attached to it (red arrow) squeeze and pull to release plug, there will be a small bolt that holds the coil down, use a 7mm socket to remove it (blue arrow), remove coil (green arrow (sometimes their a little tight so give it tug). The plug will be at the bottom of the hole, a long extension and a 5/8" plug socket will do it, to install the new plug, drop it into the hole, put the socket and extension into the hole and start it by hand. Then reverse the procedure.

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