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Just found today that it could cost $500 to $1500 give or take, to change the plugs in this 2004 F-150 5.4 L Triton truck. And the service manager told
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Tire pressure monitor system information guide. How the systems work, common tire problems. Broken inflation sensors will turn on the warning light.
Increase the chances of getting a car fixed right the first time. Most people and auto mechanics do not want to do this but it works great!
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