Robin Larson: can you tell me about how often you should change the spark plugs
JoeyAirborne: Piece of cake...except you got a econoline van... :D
DieselSmoke92: Love the intro about the beard haha your videos are amazing I enjoy watching them even though I don't need vehicle help! really clear and crisp videos thanks Brian
Hemoria22: great video very informative
mrsqueak74: Good video. You took your time and explained the process very well and made it look easy thank you.
allen miller: i have a 4.6 that when it goes into overdrive. the values chatter unto it gets up some speed. it does not have much power. its in a 99 f150. with 89000 miles on it. can u help
wjency3: I recently bought a 2000 Ford Expedition 4x4 with 5.4L V8. Had starting and charging problems due to the vehicle sitting up for a while. Put in new battery and new alternator and work fine but now it kills. It will restart right away. The last time it did it I did not lose all of my electrical power because AC and radio stayed on. Would appreciate your help.
Jennifer Norris: Thanks it helps alot....trying to keep my truck up with out going to a shop thanks again ...
MichaelTJD60: Great video, thanks for sharing. I just bought a 2000 F-150 with the 5.4 and I'm not really sure if the spark plugs were ever changed but it probably wouldn't hurt to check. I know the 5.4's have these issues with the plugs going bad and breaking when you pull the boot out. Seems a lot clearer how to get them out now. Thanks again.
megasonify: Very concise and clear presentation filled with many tips. Thank you for this video to assist in my '99 F150, 5.4L tune-up. I see you posted additional videos related to same job. Too bad more presenters aren't as precise and direct as you. Love the Moab reference. lol
D Hyde: Hi Brian, I have a 2000 f250 with the 5.4 Triton and I'm trying to change out the fuel pump. It has a plastic fuel tank. Issue is the fuel pump doesn't look like anything I've seen before. It is two parts: the exterior plate sitting on top of the tank which came off pretty easily, attached by electrical wiring and two plastic flex fuel tubes to a second part sitting on the bottom of the tank. Problem is, it won't come out. Tried lifting, twisting, prying. Nothing. Ideas? BTW, I decided to try this cuz I watched all your videos. No pressure or anything ;-)
Dale Church: can you tell me the firing order for a triton v-8 2000 f 150??? 5.4l 2 velve
Jesse Reiter: Eye understand this engine is a 500,000 mile engine with proper care the later engines weren't as good.
James Spiars: I am about to do this for a first time on a 99 f250 super duty xlt thanks alot for your video. Will be watching as im doing it.
Benjamin Oviedo: I'm about to do one of these how much should I charge? This video was very helpful by the way! Thanks a lot!
newstart49: A friend of mine has a 2002 f150 4.6 and asked me to help him get the plugs out. It seems he did this job once and torqued the plugs to about 45 ft lbs- so he says- and used anti-seize. Way over tightened! Now we put considerable force on the plugs but they wouldn't break loose and in fear of causing a plug to break or tear up the threads, we quit. Have any ideas on what to do? How much torque can you apply to remove one before something breaks? Ever hear of this? Thanks!
blackericdenice: Just did a tune up on a 98 Expedition 5.4. Next time I will charge $125 and not $80.
teecuzbruh: I like the way you present this task you come across as an excellent instructor.
juan carlos sosa: Gracias porser este vídeo
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