Question about 1998 Ford Ranger SuperCab
I have a reacquiring miss firing problem with my 1998 4.0 Ranger. Is there some problem that may be causing this? OBD II code reads P0304 number four spark plug miss firing. I will just clean or remove and replace the plug, but I would like to know of a possible cause, so I can have the problem fixed. This has reoccurred three times since I have owned this truck at about the same mileage gaps I replaced all of the plugs and installed a new coil pack 8559 miles ago. Thanks for any suggestions with this problem. Thanks for any help with this problem.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2012
Yes try new plugs and wires. if it still happens change the coil to
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