Revolution HT Spark Plugs
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Autolite Revolution HT Spark Plugs

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A unique, patented design with high strength steel technology that results in more durability and greater power from a more compressive seal, improved heat transfer and more focused ignition power.
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Electrode Tip Material:Platinum
Reach:1 in
Resistor:Suppressor
Seat Type:Tapered
Thread Diameter:16 mm
Tip Configuration:Power
Wrench Diameter:9/16 in

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AutoliteRevolution HT Spark Plugs
 
2.5

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

will buy again!!

By 

from Upstate New York

About Me Casual Driver

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Install

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving

    Comments about Autolite Revolution HT Spark Plugs:

    Installed in my work truck they installed hard but thats not the product it's a ford truck!!!

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    (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    sparkplug removal

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    from East Stroudsburg PA

    About Me Competitive Driver, Ford owner for 35 years, Truck Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Hot or cold be carefu

    Cons

    • Difficult To Install

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving

    Comments about Autolite Revolution HT Spark Plugs:

    these plugs are very fragile . do not drop or cross thread or snap the plud in the heads . very bad desind by ford and pparts provider

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    (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    New Removal Procedure

    By 

    from Newark, DE

    Comments about Autolite Revolution HT Spark Plugs:

    Ford updated removal procedure for the spark plugs are þo have the engine warm. The engine should not be HOT or COLD, from prolong sitting. The ideal way is to drive the car to the store and back. Wait until the engine is warm to the touch. This way is the best to NOT have plug breakage issues. Hope this helps. P.S. There is a special tool to remove the broken plug in the head.

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    1.0

    very poorly designed plug.

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    from Louisiana

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Breaks in head

      Best Uses

        Comments about Autolite Revolution HT Spark Plugs:

        This is the worst designed plug that Autolite and Ford has come up with. i have been working on vehicles, mostly Fords due to I am a FORD Man for 42 years. When attempting to remove the plugs for replacement the lower section broke off in the block. [...] The manual says to let the motor cool before removing. seems that 12 hrs of cooling wasn't enough. at [$] a piece, these plugs are a piece of junk.

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        • Q:

          Is this spark plug a one piece design or a two piece like the Factory Original Motorcraft Spark Plugs in my 2006 Ford Explorer 4.6L?
          Asked on 4/11/2015 by Ricky from Detroit, MI

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            A:

            Happy to help you with your question Ricky! This sparkplug is a 1 piece design. One VERY important thing to note is that this spark plug is for the 24 valve SOHC V8 and is designed for the Ford Triton 3 Valve engine. This spark plug is considerably longer so be sure of your engine details, you can cause engine damage if you get the incorrect type of spark plug.

            Answered on 4/13/2015 by Panda from AAP
        • Q:

          Does it take a special socket to remove spark plugs on a 2006 F150 5.4 flex engine?
          Asked on 7/24/2011 by Anonymous

          2 answers

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            A:

            Yes.

            Answered on 7/25/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
          • A:

            Stock plugs need a thin wall, deep 9/16 inch socket.

            Answered on 2/16/2013 by Dave G. from Kissimmee, FL
        • Q:

          how do you get the bottom half out of block please help
          Asked on 2/16/2011 by Anonymous

          2 answers

          • A:

            Purchase the Lesle 65600 spark plug removal tool online from Amazon for $60-70. Best tool you willever purchase. Used it to remove two broken plugs. One still had the ceramic in it. Work exactly as advertised. Also, review the Ford TSB for removing the plugs. Warm engine, lots of penetrating oil, turn 1/8 to 1/4 turn and wait 15 minutes for oil to penetrate. Then back out slowly. Use the tool to remove the broken plugs. No excessive force required. Good luck.

            Answered on 4/24/2011 by Mike from Virginia
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            Use a Lisle 65600 extracter tool designed specifically for this type engine and spark plug combination. It happens all the time. Ford has a Technical service bulletin out on it. Its not the plugs fault....its the Ford design.

            Answered on 7/4/2011 by Vince from Alpharetta, GA
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