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OTC 6900 Ford F-150 Spark Plug Socket

4.4 out of 5 stars 319 customer reviews
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  • Unique and patented design works on 2004 newer Ford F-150 pickup trucks with 5.4L 3-valve Triton V-8 engines
  • Extension is part of the socket and easily fits down spark plug tube into the cylinder head
  • Soft rubber insert holds and protects spark plug during removal and installation
  • Socket has 3/8 inch drive for use with a ratchet or breaker bar
  • Socket end is 9/16 inch
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Technical Details

Brand OTC
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 9.4 x 1.2 x 3.8 inches
Item model number 6900
Exterior Smooth
Manufacturer Part Number 6900

Additional Information

ASIN B000NBVFN2
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4.4 out of 5 stars 319 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #5,822 in Automotive (See top 100)
#5 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Spark Plug & Ignition Tools
Shipping Weight 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available October 4, 2004

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This unique and patented design works on 2004–newer Ford F-150 pickup trucks with 5.4L 3-valve Triton V-8 engines. The socket end is 9/16 inch and the soft rubber insert holds and protects spark plug during removal and installation. The extension is part of the socket and easily fits down spark plug tube into the cylinder head. The socket has 3/8 inch drive for use with a ratchet or breaker bar.

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By W. M. Burns on April 30, 2009
This is a MUST have tool for anyone working on Ford 3v 5.4's. The 3 valve 4.6 and 5.4 engines the spark plugs will easily break off inside the head. It is vital that the Ford spark plug removal procedures be followed exactly. This includes allowing time for the cleaner to work. Take your time and work the old plugs 1/8th turn back and forth while not exceeding 35 ft/lbs. If more force is required, allow more time for the cleaner to do its job. Trust me. It is easier than removing the broken tip.
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This is the perfect tool to remove and install the spark plugs on a Ford 5.4 engine. And it did work, but the rubber insert would not hold the spark plug in place. This is the feature you really need the most as replacement of the plugs on this engine is already stressful enough with out the spark plugs falling out of the tool. I used a loop in a small wire to retrive the spark plug out of the engine as the plug would just slip out of the rubber insert upon removal from the engine and fall back into the engine.

I used electric tape on the new plug to put them in and then pulled the tape off the plug once installed and tightened down. I sure did not want to drop a new spark plug and break it. Really strange as the tool is well made except for this and it is special designed for just these spark plugs and engine. I had to knock off a star because of this.
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By Daisy on November 25, 2009
Here's a tip, do yourself a big favor and get Kano - Aerokroil Penetrating Oil and spray the plugs a couple of times before trying to remove them. This stuff will save your butt! My neighbor has a F-150 with the 100,000 mile plugs and he was having fits trying to get them out. A couple of sprays, a couple hours of waiting and out they came.
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I would recommend this tool to anyone. Just because the extension is made to the socket. The back two plugs on the passenger side were a royal pain and I sure am happy the extension didn't come off it. But do you "need" it. No you don't you can use a regular socket and extension, and some needle nose pliers.
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By Ben on February 23, 2011
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I fell for everything I read about needing this specific spark plug socket when in there isn't anything special about it. It is basically a 9/16 spark plug socket with about a 4" extension permanently attached.

I was glad I had it because sometimes I did need the extra extension that I had, but all in all I probably could have saved my money and managed with my 9/16 spark plug socket and a separate extension which I already had.

If you don't have 9/16 spark plug socket and an extension this is a good tool to buy, however if you already have both then I would save my money.
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This worked as advertised, but in my case the rubber piece in the end was so tough it was hard actually getting over the plug. However the real advantage was just when I was putting in the new plug by hand. It made aligning the plug to the hole easy and the knurled or ridges on the end made it easy to hang onto. With it being one piece I didn't have to worry about anything coming apart and one the 5.4 3 valve engines that valley is deep and that was a relief. Will I ever use again, doubt it, but it was worth it for the cost and the ease of reassembling.
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The idea of essentially affixing the extension which is required to access the spark plugs on Ford's 5.4L Tritons, and others, is a good idea. No worries of the socket staying behind when you're all done tightening the plug and you pull everything away, only to find you have the ratchet and extension, sans socket. Not that a pair of long reach needle nose pliers can't ever get you out of that bind.

But, what lacks is a good rubber insert that actually grips the plug. The side walls don't grip (too big an opening), nor does the bottom end of it snap over the end of the plug to secure it inside the socket. It would snap in, but the plug just pushes the rubber insert further in to the socket, instead of staying put. I have yet to try, but I suppose a few washers of the right diameter between the bottom of the socket well and the rubber insert would remedy the situation.

Otherwise everything is good. It's a socket after all, so not much more to screw up.
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Does the job, but the rubber insert in the socket does not grab the plug tightly. I still had to use a long needle nose pliers to grip the top of the plug for removal. The length of the tool protrudes about 1" past the valve covers, which leaves the knurled section available for your fingers - BUT - on the F150 5.4 there's so many other wires and things in the way, you wont be able to get your fingers on it. Better to use a 12" socket extension on top and use that.
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