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Old 02-20-2017, 09:54 PM   #1
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Help on a 2013 Ford Escape Titanuim Ecoboost 4WD

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New to this site. I just bought a very clean 2013 Ford Escape Titanuim Ecoboost 4WD with turbo. I want to change the spark plugs myself. What specific kind of plugs are required for this engine. How do you remove the cover over the engine and are all 4 spark plugs accessible?
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Old 02-21-2017, 09:23 PM   #2
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My wife had a 13 escape titanium but she traded it in when the lease was up. The last vehicle I actually put plugs in was a 91 cavalier. ever since then I haven't held onto them long enough to do more than oil changes.

This site doesn't get much traffic, so you may be waiting several weeks or longer before someone can give a more definitive answer.
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search you tube for the info. it is awesome to learn what not to do. didnt find any info.I googled this
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I also tried googling for some info but not everything that we intend to do is advisable to do or even possible to do. Thus, if unsure, simply seek professional advise from any dealership workshop who might be able to help. I know the purpose of putting things on your own is to cut down on costs but since you just got the vehicle, it would not be a great decision after all to simply cause permanent damages which might even breach your insurance coverage.
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