I have a 98 expedition, and i had a bad coil, they are hard to get to i guess some of them are way in the back toward the dash. if your check engine light is on, it should say " cylinder # misfire, then look in your manuel and see how the cylinders are are placed in the truck. When one of mine needed to be replaced , symptoms were, ideling funny, spitting and sputering ect pretty cheep fix around $200.00 coil/labor together.
54 multiplied by 98 is 5,292.
Check your spark plug wires. They maybe bad.
distributor cap and rotor
Check the Blender door... Also check the temp knobs they make be broken.
Check the ignition coils. When they go bad the engine runs rough and you lose power.
I have a '98 with 2.2L and mine is distributorless. Instead, it has ignition coils.
It is: 98/108 = 49/54
When you find out let me know. My 2003 5.4 Expedition is doing it also. email@example.com I have had the coils, wires, and plugs checks. The check engine light will come on, but it never stores a code for the machine to read??? I had the same problem with my 98 5.4L Expedition. Codes indicated bad 02 sensors. However, thanks to honest mechanic, vacuum hose leak was the culprit. Once 12 dollar hose was replaced, no more sputtering or hesitating. Worth a try.
Check owner's manual. If you don't have one copy and paste link below; www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals
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The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 54 45 98 89 is 1,177,470
So what is the question ?
There are 8. One for each piston
all the door speakers are 6x8 on the 98 ford expedition.
Yes, 0.0098 is greater than 0.0054. If you move the decimal 4 places to the right in each number, you have 98 versus 54, and of course 98 is greater than 54. As a note of grammar, 98 may not be LARGER than 54, depending on the FONT SIZE, but it will always be greater than 54.
Vacuum leaks will cause that. Check the PCV valve and all hose coming from it. They are known for cracking. Also check the one behind the intake. Hope this helps.
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