V6 (1994-2004) MustangsTechnical discussions on the 3.8L and 3.9L V6 torque monsters Sponsored by Optima Batteries
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2001 Satin Silver Mustang V6
BBK Power Plus 70mm throttle body
Mac cold air intake
MAC long tube headers
MAC off-road H-pipe
MAC true dual exhaust
American Racing 5 spoke
Nexen N3000 255/40ZR17 tires
MAC white face gauges
Cobra front end
Step 1: The Mustang's fuel system is a pressurized system and before you do any work on the fuel system you have to release the pressure on the system. The way this is done is in the trunk there is a switch called an inertia switch. A wire needs to be unplugged from the bottom of the inertia switch. This will shut off the fuel pump. Please refer to picture 1.
Psst, hey.... Thats a GT, a 4.6L SOHC, the fuel rail DOES need to come off to change plugs or COP's.
That is an awesome write up, its just for a different motor than yours. The plugs arent located on the southern side of the head, they are located on the northern side of the head just under the fuel rail.
Its ok, people make mistakes but just dont call someone elses very hard work "odd ball."
Changing our plugs are very straight forward, remove whats in the way, do the plugs one by one and put things back. Pretty simple.
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