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Did mine a few months ago. If you live in a rust area buy new pieces oem ford not aftermarket may not be worth trying to just replace the o rings etc. I would also grab some extra coolant and oil. Its not too hard but kind of messy. I'll admit I spent more time then I needed but I almost broke one of the tabs off that's used to pry against to separate the two tube pieces. Again buy motorcraft oem o rings. napa, autozone, o'riley have been known to fail sooner then later, same with injector o ring kits.
Regarding driving around its just me but I would park,drain and get everything prepped a few days before parts arrive if ordered online but I am ocd and have the good fortune of not needing the truck for daily driving. I watched the video and did not remove the front piece and no issues. use lots of Vaseline on the o rings and lube it good it can be a PITA to slide the two tube pieces together.
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