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How to tell if a coil on a 05 lincoln aviator is bad

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: which ignition coil is bad?

I went thru this on my 2002 LS as well.
I replaced one ignition coil at the dealer - only to get the same misfire code on another cylinder. After a little research found out is actuall a gasket/o-ring problem design of the block. Spark plugs are deep in the block - under the oil - which is why they are supposed to last 100,000 miles. But the o-rings start to leak some where between 65k-85k miles. Coils go bad because of oil contamination. If you don't solve leaking oil problem will have to replace coils again - but sooner - because leaking oil will be progressively worse.
Cost - 8 ignition coils
set of spark plugs (who knew they were that expensive
and a ton of cash for the labor to tear down the top of the motor

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Cylinder location diagram for a 2004 lincoln aviator

It could be a fuel injector problem on cylinder 5. Sounds like a failed injector. Run a compression check on that cylinder to make sure you have at least 100psi. Anything less than that would lead to either a burnt valve or a piston ring issue. Doing a compression check first will save you a lot of money.

Posted on Apr 10, 2009

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I had the same problem. Maybe you still have some bad ignition coils. I would change them all out. Very simple to do yourself.

Also, check the hose that is connected to your PCV valve. Mine had a huge hole in it from melting and it was sucking in to much air.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I need to change the coil on the 7th cylinder on

Lincoln had a problem with the cylinder coils. I am sure you have fixed yours already, but in the future if you run into the same problem, call your local dealer, they replaced 2 in my 2004 free of charge.

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

SOURCE: where is the coil pack located on lincoln ls v8 7

Driver side valve cover
7mm socket to remove coil covers and coil

1 thru 4 pass side
5 thru 8 drivers side
Front to back

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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The Coil-On-Plug is $70.00 at the auto parts store,
and myself and several relatives with all the different
Fords & Lincolns replace them ourselves in about
10 to 15 minutes

No one but my niece goes to a Dealer EVER,
EVER,EVER

You will get one or two bad coils every year
from now on,with all Fords

It does not matter what vehicle you own

All MFG's & ALL Dealers treat you the same

All Vehicles are extremely complicated & all
electronic and all have a lot of problems

That is what your going to live out your life
dealing with,just to pretend your saving fuel &
cleaning up the atmosphere,when non of
that is true. Cars are heavier,get poorer milage
etc.

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The wiring may be bad to the cylinder, but changing the coil position and getting same code means that the coil itself is not bad.

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Not spark plugs. Never was.
Bad coils.
Switch the COP Coil for the misfire cyl,and see if 300 code moves with coil.
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THE PROBLEM SOUNDS LIKE THE COIL PACKS, THERE IS ONE FOR EVERY CYLINDER, LINCOLN WILL REPLACE THEM FREE I THINK UP TO 150,000 MILES. THEY WILL ONLY REPLACE FAULTY COIL(S).

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