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Which actually makes diagnosing easier.
Option A: take a wild guess, fix that part, see if it worked. If not, repeat until fixed.
Option B: let the various sensors and computer tell you exactly what's wrong and fix that

You and I like Option B

Oh, also, freebie with Option B is the more modern technology is more reliable. Meaning:

Option C: nothing goes wrong most of the time, so there's nothing to fix. :)





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Come on Ford, get rid of the prop rod!
I like it. It's more reliable that hydraulics. It never breaks and then lets the hood fall on somebody's head or hands or prematurely drop while tools are still sitting in the engine bay and end up dinging the hood.
 

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Terrifying. Definitely prefer the under-hood experience of my Tesla.

The service departments of my area Ford dealerships all have 100% terrible reviews. Will need to find someone I can trust to deal with this tumbleweed when I have an issue...
 

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I thought changing the spark plugs on my STi was difficult...
 

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I thought changing the spark plugs on my STi was difficult...
Spark plug replacement on the Bronco 2.7-liter engine shouldn’t be too difficult, as long as access in the engine bay is anywhere close to that in the F-150 engine bay.

 

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Spark plug replacement on the Bronco 2.7-liter engine shouldn’t be too difficult, as long as access in the engine bay is anywhere close to that in the F-150 engine bay.

That’s tits. The Subi involved lots of blood loss and resulted in a sore back.

thanks for posting
 

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