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Posted: Feb 14 2020 at 8:10am | IP Logged Quote mick-f

I have a 2012 Pro 4X crew cab, 112,000 miles on it and I think the plugs are the
originals and need a change. Is this an easy job, any special tools needed?
Irridium plug recommendations? any how-to videos out there? Right now the
truck still runs great. The only problem I have had is a broken leaf
spring.
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Posted: Feb 14 2020 at 3:26pm | IP Logged Quote Rubble

mick-f wrote:
I have a 2012 Pro 4X crew cab, 112,000
miles on it and I think the plugs are the
originals and need a change. Is this an easy job, any
special tools needed?
Irridium plug recommendations? any how-to videos out
there? Right now the
truck still runs great. The only problem I have had is
a broken leaf
spring.


Mick,

I would take one of the Easy to Remove plug's on the
Driver side out. Write down the exact plug info on the
plug and go back with that exact same plug.

Reason ~ Engine Ran Good for over 100K mile's, so if it
ain't broke don't try to fix it with something Cheaper
or Better.

Google Frontier V6 Spark Plug Removal and you'll get
plenty of how to's and maybe even a UTube Video.

Regards,


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Posted: Feb 15 2020 at 6:07am | IP Logged Quote mick-f

Rubble wrote:
mick-f wrote:
I have a 2012 Pro 4X crew cab, 112,000
miles on it and I think the plugs are the
originals and need a change. Is this an easy job, any
special tools needed?
Irridium plug recommendations? any how-to videos out
there? Right now the
truck still runs great. The only problem I have had is
a broken leaf
spring.


Mick,

Thanks. I think I will be ging to my local mechanic, the dealer wants way more
$$$

I would take one of the Easy to Remove plug's on the
Driver side out. Write down the exact plug info on the
plug and go back with that exact same plug.

Reason ~ Engine Ran Good for over 100K mile's, so if it
ain't broke don't try to fix it with something Cheaper
or Better.

Google Frontier V6 Spark Plug Removal and you'll get
plenty of how to's and maybe even a UTube Video.

Regards,
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