most of the time it is the Module.
Suggest you visit your local public library, and find the Chilton's Repair Manual for the 1999 Ford Expedition. They show the wiring diagram for the ignition coil in the Manual.
If the motor is a 5.8L Windsor the Coil is directly under the distributor cap in the front of the motor on the right hand side.
check the ignition control module.
coil---3---4 pack--2---6 plug---1---5
Replace the pick up coil it's inside the distributor. This may fix it.
Coil not getting juice/bad coil(s). Check wires with test light for current.
Defective electronic control module.or maybe starter
The ignition coil wire diagram can be found on Mustangs And Fords website (link to diagram below).
I think you mean the pump Relay,not (coil) it is under the hood Drivers side well in Fuse box its Like 1" cube.
you don't have a 5.3L in the bronco. If it is indeed an Eddie Bauer then it should be a 5.8L, but other options include 5.0L and 4.9L.
More than likely it is your ignition module on the distributer. if not its the coil.
You cannot test it with a diagram. You will need a multimeter to test the coil. Click the link.
Where is coil located on a 1989 dodge dynasty at
coil-----3---4 pack----2---6 plug-----1---5
They are coil packs not distributors. I suggest you contact your local Ford dealer with this question. I have never seen one with coil packs on both sides of the engine. All I have ever seen have both coil packs on the same side.
Depends on year but normally close to the distributor, follow the H.T leads ffrom the spark plugs to the distributor, then to the coil. newer models have coil packs or transformer type coils which are sometimes flat looking, visually not similar to the older round coils at all...Bigbronco351
If it is the distributor type V6 IT WILL BE 1,2,3,4,5,6, If it is a coil pack car all then it is a wiring diagram and I can't explain it in this forum.
i have a diagram for the car coil fence
What is there stance specifications on an ignition coil for a ford 5.8 f250
Do you mean the heater CORE? If so it is located passenger side, firewall, inside the cabin.
First thing I would check is the coil. Runs about $20 from an auto parts store.