Hey, guys. Today, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Taylor Street Thunder 8-millimeter Spark Plug Wires for 2005 to 2010 V6 Mustangs. These can replace a set of stock spark plug wires as an upgrade replacement or even replace another set of aftermarket spark plug wires. They're low resistance wires which means you lose less spark as it travels down the wire. They're wrapped in black silicone and the boots are heat, oil, and abrasion resistant. They cost under $50 and the install would be a one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter and we'll go ahead and show you how to get these installed on the car now. All right, guys, so we'll start by popping the hood and we are going to replace one wire at a time. The new Taylor wires are not numbered so what we'll do is we'll take a wire off and we'll match it up size-wise. I do have a flathead screwdriver here with me. We do have some looms that will need to be unclipped and we also know that the order of cylinders is as follows. It starts on the other side with cylinder one, two, three, and ends over here with four, five, and six. So we're going to go ahead and pop the clips now. All right, so we're just going to use the flathead screwdriver to open our clips up so I have access to the wires here. There's also one down here too. I want to get that. All right, guys, so what we're going to do is we'll squeeze the top of the coil pack here and then our wire will just disconnect from the coil pack. We'll trace it down to the cylinder, pop it out of the wire loom, and pull off the spark plug. All right, so we'll take our new spark plug wire, we're going to route it the same way that the other wire was routed, make the connection down here on the cylinder. You want to make sure that you feel it pop into place and you'll hear it. From there, we'll go ahead and snake it up to the coil pack and press it into place. All right, now we'll move on to our next wire, which is cylinder six. Remove it from the coil pack, pop it out of the loom, and pull it off the cylinder. Once again, we'll find our spark plug, make our connection, bring the wire up into place, clip it into our wire loom, and onto the coil pack. All right, we're going to do the same thing for all of the wires. Like I said, what we're doing is we're taking one off at a time. It makes it a little bit easier and it easier to route the wires as well.Okay, guys, so we're going to do the same thing for the cylinders on the other side. We'll go ahead, pop our wire looms, and then start one cylinder at a time. All right, so once again, we'll do one wire at a time. Pull the wire out of the loom, go around to the other side of the car, and pull the wire off the cylinder.All right, guys, that's going to wrap up this review and install. Keep in mind that you can always check these out more online right here at americanmuscle.com.
More Spark. Taylor Street Thunder Ignition Wires feature a low resistance conductor for more spark power, and are wrapped in a durable black silicone double layer jacket with red boots to resist heat, oil, and abrasion.
EMI suppression. Taylor uses a Kevlar helically spiral wound core conductor that provides greater suppression of Electro Magnetic (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) to shield your vehicles sensitive electronics.
Low Resistance. These Taylor Street Thunder Spark Plug Wires have a low resistance of only 500 ohms per 12 inches of wire to produce greater spark energy, and improve power, idle, and fuel efficiency.
Application. The Taylor Street Thunder Spark Plug Wires are sold as a set of 6 and are designed to fit the 2005 to 2010 4.0 V6 Mustangs.