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Ford E6AZ-12106-A Housing Assy - Distributor Terminal

1980-1997 Ford E6AZ12106A

Ford E6AZ-12106-A Housing Assy - Distributor Terminal
  • Part Description
    Housing Assy - Distributor Terminal
  • Base No.
    12106
  • Manufacturer
    Ford
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  • Product Specifications

    BrandGenuine Ford
    Base No.12106
    Manufacturer Part NumberE6AZ-12106-A, E6AZ12106A
    Part DescriptionHousing Assy - Distributor Terminal
    Other NamesCap, Distributor Cap
    Item Dimensions5.2 x 3.4 x 5.1 inches
    Item Weight0.90 Pounds
    ConditionNew
    Fitment TypeDirect Replacement
    ManufacturerFord
    SKUE6AZ-12106-A
    WarrantyThis genuine Ford part is guaranteed by Ford's factory warranty.
    Shipping & ReturnShipping Policy Return Policy
    Warning: California’s Proposition 65
  • Vehicle Fitment

    Year Make Model Engine Important vehicle option details
    1986-1997 Ford Aerostar4 Cyl 2.3L, 6 Cyl 2.8L, 6 Cyl 3.0L4AT 4R44E, 4AT 4R55E, 4AT A4LD, 5AT 5R55E, 5MT
    1994-1995 Ford Aspire4 Cyl 1.3L3AT ATX, 5MT
    1980-1989 Ford Bronco6 Cyl 4.9L, 8 Cyl 5.0L, 8 Cyl 5.8L3AT C6, 4AT AOD, 4MT, 5MT
    1984-1990 Ford Bronco II4 Cyl 2.3L, 6 Cyl 2.8L, 6 Cyl 2.9L3AT C5, 4AT A4LD, 4AT AOD, 4MT, 5MT
    1980-1989 Ford E-1506 Cyl 4.9L, 8 Cyl 5.0L, 8 Cyl 5.8L, 8 Cyl 6.9L Diesel, 8 Cyl 7.5L3AT C6, 3MT, 4AT AOD, 4MT, 5MT
    1980-1989 Ford E-2506 Cyl 4.9L, 8 Cyl 5.0L, 8 Cyl 5.8L, 8 Cyl 6.6L, 8 Cyl 6.9L Diesel, 8 Cyl 7.3L Diesel, 8 Cyl 7.5L3AT C6, 3MT, 4AT AOD, 4AT E4OD
    1980-1989 Ford E-350/E-350 Super Duty6 Cyl 4.9L, 8 Cyl 5.0L, 8 Cyl 5.8L, 8 Cyl 6.6L, 8 Cyl 6.9L Diesel, 8 Cyl 7.3L Diesel, 8 Cyl 7.5L3AT C6, 3MT, 4AT E4OD, 4MT, 5MT
    1981-1995 Ford Escort4 Cyl 1.6L, 4 Cyl 1.8L, 4 Cyl 1.9L3AT ATX, 4AT, 4MT, 5MT
    1980-1989 Ford F Super Duty10 Cyl 6.8L, 8 Cyl 7.3L Diesel Turbocharged4AT 4R100, 5AT, 5MT, 6MT
    1980-1989 Ford F-1506 Cyl 3.8L, 6 Cyl 4.9L, 8 Cyl 5.0L, 8 Cyl 5.8L, 8 Cyl 6.9L3AT C5, 3AT C6, 3MT, 4AT AOD, 4MT, 5MT
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Customer Questions & Answers

Q:
I would like to know is this part gonna fit with my car Posted by FordPartsGiant Specialist
A:
You can Select Your Vehicle to check if E6AZ-12106-A fits your vehicle.
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Q:
How to replace spark plug wires and inspect the distributor cap and rotor on Ford Bronco? Posted by Customer
A:
First of all, it is important to apply silicone dielectric compound to the inside of each boot when replacing spark plug wires. In a well-ventilated garage with poor lighting, watch the wires while the engine is running for any arcing or sparking. Mark each wire for reinstallation and disconnect it by twisting and pulling off the boot using a removal tool. Check them thoroughly for cracks or burns. Replace them one by one in the correct firing order. Look out for carbon tracks, cracks, and worn terminals as you replace the distributor cap and rotor. When fitting a new cap, transfer the wires across individually to avoid confusion.
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Q:
What should be checked and inspected when replacing spark plug wires for the 1995 Ford F-250? Posted by Customer
A:
Clean the wire, check for burns or cracks, and inspect the distributor connection.
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How to replace the Distributor Cap and spark plug wires on Ford Thunderbird? Posted by Customer
A:
When changing the spark plug wires, apply a silicone dielectric compound inside each boot before reconnecting. Whenever putting in new spark plugs, make sure to inspect and if necessary change spark plug wires. While engine is running in a dark and well-ventilated garage visually check spark plug wires for arcing or sparks. Starting from the number one cylinder spark plug, inspect one wire at a time and mark each as needed for reinstallation. Disconnect and reattach individual wires carefully, ensuring proper fits as well as cleaning them thoroughly. Watch for burns, cracks, and damage by avoiding sharp bends. Each wire should be properly secured on distributor and spark plugs.
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Q:
How to check and replace the Distributor Cap and Spark Plug Wire on Mercury Capri? Posted by Customer
A:
If you want to keep spark plug wires in excellent condition, always replace them when you change spark plugs. While the engine is running, just check for arcs or sparks in a well-ventilated garage. Start checking and labeling them one by one from the number one cylinder. Pull out the rubber boot by twisting it off or use a removal tool to separate wires from spark plugs. Attach the cables again tightly; pliers should be used where required. Clean off any dirt on these wire and examine them for burns, cracks or damages. Take off wires from the distributor, inspect for corrosion, and also replace any broken ones. This may involve putting in place new distributor cap and rotor, looking out for cracks, carbon tracks, worn terminals and corrosion. Apply silicon dielectric compound on single point rotors tip and replace cap and rotor when defects are found on them.
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Q:
How should the inspection of spark plug wires be conducted for the 1984 Lincoln Mark VII? Posted by Customer
A:
The inspection of spark plug wires should be done one at a time, starting with the wire connected to the spark plug of the number one cylinder. Label each wire with the correct number. Disconnect the wire from the spark plug, push it back onto the plug to ensure a snug fit, and clean it with a rag. Check for burns or cracks.
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How to check and replace the spark plug wires and Distributor Cap on Mercury Grand Marquis? Posted by Customer
A:
Inspect the wires visually while the engine is running in a dark, well-ventilated garage to maintain spark plug wires. Watch out for arcs or sparks that indicate wear and tear on them. One cylinder at a time, examine the wires starting with number one and mark them accordingly. A wire can be disconnected without removing the wire itself by using a removal tool or twisting and pulling the rubber boot. Ensuring a tight fit, push the wire and boot onto the spark plug. The metal connector inside the boot should be crimped when required. Clean the wire with a rag; check for burns, cracks or damage and inspect for corrosion at distributor end and snug fitting. Replace damaged wires with those made for your engine model and replace one at a time so that you do not disturb firing order. Replace 1991 and earlier models' distributor cap and rotor if they are worn out, damaged or cracked or have carbon tracks or worn terminals.
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Q:
How should the remaining spark plug wires be inspected for the 1987 Lincoln Continental? Posted by Customer
A:
Inspect the remaining spark plug wires, ensuring they are securely fastened.
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What should be done before installing a new distributor cap for the 1989 Mercury Cougar? Posted by Customer
A:
Apply silicone dielectric compound to the rotor tip.
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How should the inspection of spark plug wires be conducted from the 1982 Lincoln Town Car? Posted by Customer
A:
The inspection of spark plug wires should be done one at a time, starting with the wire connected to the spark plug of the number one cylinder. Label each wire with the correct number. Disconnect the wire from the spark plug, push it back onto the plug to ensure a snug fit, and clean it with a rag. Check for burns or cracks.
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