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My 2007 Lincoln Mkz is not firing coil "E"

I have replace the actual coil and nothing. I put the new coil on another one and it worked fine. I did the old trick where you stick a screw dirver in the sockect and got no spark. I stuck it in another socket and i got a major apark. What could be the issue? I have not replaced anything or have not taken it to a shop...

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Could be a coupe different things.A cam or crank sesor going bad or ecm is going bad witch is electronic conrtrol module

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Sounds like a catalytic converter stopped up or trying to. The government issued converters be put on all manufactured cars in the US in the late 60's. Every so often you have to blow them out, but it is recommended that you change them every so often. The converter is located in the center of the tail pipe assembly. See if you can find it. Start your car and gun the engine for a couple of minutes and see if the converter heats up. If it gets visibly red hot it is completely stopped up. If there is black smoke coming out of the tail pipe after a few minutes of revving the engine then it is well on it's way to stopping up. Note: It is against the law to cut off the converter on a car. It was put on them to reduce the harmful emissions coming from the engine to help the environment. Good luck.

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got more then a common issue--u need to search for any bullitins on ur model--may just need a tuneup-change plug wires-test coil and ignition module--dont just replace parts with the code problems-get a data stream done-it gives the solution--secure a repair manual

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