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04 escape has code 354,356,300,316 - 2004 Ford Escape

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Possible Bad COP Ignition Coils on #4 & #6 cylinder

Forget the 300 & 316 of no use to you

PO 304 is the same as PO354 or letter D
PO 306 is the same as PO356 or letter F

If the codes are the actual bad coils -you won't have to pull
the upper intake off

Posted on Dec 04, 2012

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