Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
I had my check engine light problem diagnost. They said is was a #6 cylinder misfire. I brought a new coil, a new plug and a new boot. I beleive the #6 coil is the second coil from front of vehicle on the driver's(left) side of the vehicle. What all do I need to remove to replace it. Thank you very much.
This is an easy fix, disconnect the wire harness, then with a 7mm socket pull up the retaining screw (to the right of the coil pack). Once removed, carefully pull up on the coil pack so the entire unit comes straight out. You may have to squeeze a bit around the fuel rail. When installing the new coilpack, be sure to use electric grease to prevent moisture problems. Screw in the retaining screw and reconnect the wire harness. I recently changed mine out due to misfires and "bucking" and the engine is purring! good luck.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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