Would these work with 04 mustang v6 ?

asked on March 3, 2019

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yes they will work just fine, may not be the "hot" ones but will do the trick
Greg R.
· March 3, 2019
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I don't know, However, I am a manager in the service department of a dealership and the exact information is located inside the owners manual. There will be a parts spec. listing the replacement part numbers. An example, air filter ( part number), oil filter (part Number), and so on. Spark plugs ( part number) & it w… see more I don't know, However, I am a manager in the service department of a dealership and the exact information is located inside the owners manual. There will be a parts spec. listing the replacement part numbers. An example, air filter ( part number), oil filter (part Number), and so on. Spark plugs ( part number) & it will state all the required specs for the spark plug so that you can choose from a variety of different spark plugs. If you no longer have the owners manual you will be able to Google one to download. Also, within Amazon you can create a "garage" enter all your vehicles in your garage with the must have criteria like engine size, automatic, sedan or 2 door and so on. When clicking on a part you can them match a part with a vehicle in your Amazon garage. I hope that helps & I know its not original to suggest to merely look at your owners manual, but there is so much information available to you. I have been a mechanic for a decade & I even look in my owners manual to obtain part numbers so that I can search online for the best price I can find. I must admit that most of my parts come from Amazon. see less I don't know, However, I am a manager in the service department of a dealership and the exact information is located inside the owners manual. There will be a parts spec. listing the replacement part numbers. An example, air filter ( part number), oil filter (part Number), and so on. Spark plugs ( part number) & it will state all the required specs for the spark plug so that you can choose from a variety of different spark plugs. If you no longer have the owners manual you will be able to Google one to download. Also, within Amazon you can create a "garage" enter all your vehicles in your garage with the must have criteria like engine size, automatic, sedan or 2 door and so on. When clicking on a part you can them match a part with a vehicle in your Amazon garage. I hope that helps & I know its not original to suggest to merely look at your owners manual, but there is so much information available to you. I have been a mechanic for a decade & I even look in my owners manual to obtain part numbers so that I can search online for the best price I can find. I must admit that most of my parts come from Amazon.
Daniel Thalheimer
· March 3, 2019
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In not sure but if you have some and they fit they should
tank
· March 3, 2019
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