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I have the 4.6 and have a mis in the number 5 cylinder. which is the number 5 ?

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    robert_lee_g Feb 22, 2012

    I changed the coil and still have the mis

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Sitting in drivers seat, it would be the left front or the cylinder head that is slightly fwd of the other.

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