You will need a universal joint for at least the passenger side rear most plug, and a long extension for all of them. Use a spark plug socket, and put a little dielectric grease on the rubber socket sleeve, or the socket may stay on the plug when you install it.
Either put a piece of duct tape all along the edge of the fuel rail, or wear gloves when removing the boots, or you will slice your fingers on the edge of the fuel rail, which is sharp!
I have never torqued a spark plug before. Just make them snug. These don't have the crush washer anyway, so there is no "extra 1/2 turn" to worry about. The "flange" on the plug hits the lip on the spark plug well and doesn't turn any more.
Make sure to use Motorcraft double platinum, AGSF32PP IIRC.
Check the PCV valve while it is off, and clean the inside of the throttle body with throttle body cleaner, since all of that will be taken off to do the passenger side plugs.
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