I need the spark plug firing diagram for a 2000 Jag S type 4.0.
The ignition coils have been replaced for cylinders
2,3,4 & 8. The car is now acting the same again. I have 4 new coils to replace on the other cylinders, but I
don't know how to tell which cylinders are which to replace.
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MISFIRE ON CYLINDER 6 COULD BE FAULTY SPARK PLUG OR BAD IGNITION COIL OVER THE SPARK PLUG,YOU COULD HAVE HAVE CLOGGED FUEL INJECTOR.CLEAN ALL FUEL INJECTORS USING A CAN OF SEAFOAM TO 3/4 TO FULL TANK OF GAS SEE IF NUMBER 6 MISFIRE CLEAR UP, IF NOT COIL OR FUEL INJECTOR COULD BE AT FAULT.ALSO CHANGE 6 SPARK PLUG FIRST.BEFORE BUYING NEW COIL OR FUEL INJECTOR THAT WAY YOU KNOW PLUG NOT THE PROBLEM.
They dont really go out of time...These were common for bad sparkplug wires and ignition coils having open circuts...check for spark on plugwires 1 and 4 and 2 and 3 if there is no spark on 1 and 4 replace ignition coil the same with 2,3 the coils do fire the 2 sparkplugs simultainously ..and if there is an open circut in the plug wire only one wire will not have spark..if its a coil 2 wires will have no spark..
Your 00 taurus 24v,
Use a Direct ignition, It's mean COIL on PLUG.
Each cylinder use one coil.
The firing order is ; 1-2-3-4-5-6..
The cylinder 1-2-3 are located at the FIREWALL side, starting from the Belt Side..
4-5-6 are Located at the Radiator side, starting from the belt .