No it does not, It has a coil for each cylinder.
The dark green/orange wire is the power feed.
#3 Cylinder on a 1998 Olds 88
This is how I diagnosed my 5.4 liter coil packs, I isolated the cylinder that was misfiring and then took a know coil from a good cylinder and swapped with the suspected bad coil. When the misfire went to the specific cylinder I swapped, I replaced that coil. Note- It is advised to replace all coil packs if you can afford too! Summit and Stylin has Hi performance coils for the fraction of cost as a single cost of the dealer's price.
coil pack #3 should be atop # 3 cylinder
farthest to the left 1234...2314 on the coil pack
On a 2002 Ford Ranger ( yes , one coil pack for each engine ) 2.3 liter DOHC four cylinder has ( 4 towers ) on the coil pack 3.0 and 4.0 liter V6 engines have ( 6 towers )
There are no plugs has coil for each cylinder
The 4.2 liter V6 has ( 1 ) coil pack with 6 towers The 4.6 liter V8 has ( 2 ) coil packs - each with 4 towers The 5.4 liter V8 is COIL ON PLUG - there are 8 individual coils
The 3.5L has a coil on each cylinder.The 3.5L has a coil on each cylinder.
From 1989 to 1997 the 2.3 liter four cylinder engine and from 1998 to 2001 the 2.5 liter four cylinder engine in the Ford Ranger used Fords twin plug ignition system with ( 2 ) sparkplugs per engine cylinder ( a total of 8 sparkplugs ) and had ( 2 ) coil packs used with the EDIS ( Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ) . It lowered the emissions of the engine
On a 1998 Ford Expedition : The 4.6 liter V8 has the Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ( EDIS ) and it has ( 2 coil packs ) along with the ( 8 spark plug wires ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The 5.4 liter V8 has the Coil On Plug ignition system and has ( 8 ) individual coils
If your car has a distributor it is the negative on the coil.
what are the possible causes of misfire on number one cylinder in a dodge 2003 ram 4.7 liter engine
there is no such thing as an exhaust coil. the ignition coil is the cylinder shaped thing that has a spark plug wire running to the center of the distributor cap
No distributor The 4.6 liter is EDIS ( Electronic Distributorless Ignition System ) and has ( 2 ) coil packs The 5.4 liter has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system with ( 8 ) individual coils
This means that your engine is misfiring on cylinder #3. It is either a bad sparkplug, wire or coil.
if its equiped with coil pack look at coil pack (it should be numbered) and trace the sparkplug wire back to the cylinder. If not try about.com and it should be able to give you firing order ====================================================== On a 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis : The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of vehicle
Each cylinder has it's own ignition coil on the 5.3. The coil is mounted on the valve cover in line with the spark plug and wire for each cylinder. Voltage ultimately comes to the coils from the PCM through the cam shaft timing sensor.
Unplug the connector on the base of the coil. Remove the bolt that holds the coil in place. Pull the coil and spark plug boot off the spark plug. Install new coil in reverse order.
Passengers side of engine block, down low, best reached from underneath.
The 5.4 liter V8 engine , available in the 1998 Ford Expedition has a Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system
If theres a miss fire on a cylinder you check engine light will tell you.. Switch the coil from that cylinder to another and siwtch that coil to the cylinder that the computer says is missifing. If the cylinder you put your suspected coil on miss fires then you know its a bum coil.
coil---3---4 pack--2---6 plug---1---5