you have to replace all of your spark plug wires. there is a coil built into the top of each boot that goes over each spark plug. that's why the wires are so costly.
you have to replace your spark plug wires there is a coil on each wire for each cylinder.
Remove the coil that is on top of the plug, then the plug.
The plugs are under the 8 individual coil packs on top of the engine.
You should have C.O.P. ( coil on plug) there are no wires.
Replace high tension coil wire. Probably time to replace all the spark plug wires.
If you have C.O.P ( coil on plug ) then the plugs are under there. Just remove the coil, pull the plug cap off and there you go.
Do you have C.O.P. ( coil on plug ) If so, under the coil.
Remove the coil on top of the plug, and there is the spark plug.
Replace coil packs.
your coil is bad replace with new on
Replace the ignition coil.
Remove the coil on top of the plug. There's the spark plug.
each spark plug has own coil must remove coil first to get to plug
check the coil pak's.
Check for fuel, and check for a spark at the end of the plug wire. Check the fuel breaker in the trunk, drivers side. If no spark, check the coil pak's.
On the 5.4L you will find a coil pack on each spark plug. Meaning 8 coil packs for 8 spark plugs.
Your coil-packs are what deliver spark to your spark plug. This way there is no need for the old distributor style stuff. Plus it's a lot easier to replace a coil-pack than it is to replace a distributor
on top of the spark plug
First thing is to make sure you have fire (spark) at the spark plugs. If not change the ignition coil.
C.O.P ( coil on plug ) they are under there. Just remove the coil.
Each spark plug has it's own ignition coil, they are on the spark plug itself. Unplug the ignition coil connector, remove the bolt holding the coil in place, pull the coil off of the spark plug and out of the valve cover. Install the new coil.
Look at top of the valve covers. There you will find a small coil for each individual cylinder. When you take that coil off the spark plugs are below the coil.