Your truck does not have ignition coil. Instead, it has coil packs. The 5.4L has eight coil packs one on each spark plug. The 4.6L has two coil pack blocks 4 on each block.
probably your coil packs if not transmission
There are 8 bolts that hold it on. First remove the cover to the coil packs, Then the coil packs then the vallve cover,
8 -one per cylinder
This could be a problem with timing or you need to check the leads to the coil packs are on firmly.
A 99 continental does not have a coil pack, it is a coil on plug design. They cost about 55 dollars each
four coil packs
It could be spark plugs or coil packs. Auto Zone will check your computer codes for FREE. This way you won't be guessing.
I believe there are 8 coil packs...one sitting on top of each spark plug.
About $40 for new About $5 At The Junkyard
There is none it uses 2 coil packs (4 coils each) and has 1 coil per plug, the coils are marked
It has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system so your 3.9 liter V8 has ( 8 individual coils )
How many coil packs on a 1995 q45 infinity
Spark plugs, coil packs, injector, internal engine problems, etc.Spark plugs, coil packs, injector, internal engine problems, etc.
you should change those every 100000 miles. but if it feels sick its a good idea If your mark VIII has 8 coil packs, then ur loking at the wrong thing. It has 4 coil packs. each one actually fires 2 cylinders at once ..only one of them is actually in the correct position at any one time.
Do you mean this? Left coil pack 1----4 right coil pack 7----8 6----5 3----2
If the engine has "coil packs" then its has to. Does your engine have a distibortor cap or coil packs?
I have a 98 conti. Mine did that same thing. It ended up being my one of my coil packs. Which is basicly a spark plug.
The wires for the plugins are all the same length. you would have to really pull on the wires to get them in the wrong order.
On a 2001 Lincoln LS : 3.0 liter V6 : firewall 3 - 6 2 - 5 1 - 4 front of vehicle
im not sure but if you follow the spark plug wires they will take you to the coil packs
under the coil packs and the coil packs are connected to the spark plug wires
coil packs they are beside the balancer on the crank that area easy to see from underneath
Thee is no distributor on vehicles with coil over plug packs