They are located on the passenger side of the engine. How you get to them is a matter of the degree of contortionist you are.
Basically, remove all spark plug wires (number them as you go, according to the coil pack numbers).
Each coil pack has 2 nuts, I believe they are 7/32 or 7mm nuts. Pull off the coil packs, install the new ones, replace the wires according the numbers you recorded.
Have a nice day.
I have found that if you remove the passenger side front tire that you can access the coil packs easier. There is a small flexible panel that you can fold away to reach the coil assembly.
How many are there on the 4.3 L Will that explain multiple misfire code?
On a 1999 Ford Expedition , 4.6 liter V8 engine : I believe the ( 2 ) coil packs ( with four towers each for the spark plug wires ) are located on the front of the engine It has the Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS )
remove your coil packs you should have 6 to 8 total depending on the engine size and you will have to remove the fuel rails
Look at where the plugs should be, you will see black rectangular things there. These are coil packs. remove the nuts and pull them off. The plugs are now showing. Hope this helps
On a 1999 Ford Expedition , 4.6 liter V8 engine : It has the Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS ) and uses ( 2 coil packs that each have 4 towers for the spark plug wires ) I believe the coil packs are mounted on the FRONT of the engine on each side of the " V "
The 1999 Ford mustang was rated at 190 horsepower for the 3.8 liter engine and 260 horsepower for the 4.6 liter engine
According to Gates ( they manufacture timing belts etc ) the 2.5 liter engine used in a 1999 Ford Ranger is NOT an interference engine
NO! The 1999 Ford Escort 2.0 liter is not an Interferance engine. Replace the belt at 120,000 miles.NO! The 1999 Ford Escort 2.0 liter is not an Interferance engine. Replace the belt at 120,000 miles.
The 4.6 Liter has 260 horsepower 302 lb/ft. I know nothing about a 1999 Ford 4.8 liter engine.
how to remove a engine in a 1999 Pontiac grand prix 3.8L
4.2 liter V6 , 4.6 liter V8 , or 5.4 liter V8
3.3 liter V6
On a 1999 Ford Expedition : There is no distributor ( or distributor rotor ) The 5.4 liter V8 engine has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system with ( 8 ) individual coils The 4.6 liter V8 engine has the Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS ) with ( 2 coil packs ) and ( 8 spark plug wires )