Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I have a 1998 F150 4x4, last week on my way home my engine started missing with the check engine light soon to follow. My Kragen diagnostic computer said cylinder 8 miss-fire. When I went to pull the plug I noticed it was just more than hand tight. the plug was burnt off at the end. I then replaced all the plugs one at a time making sure each one was gapped correctly and tight. Now when I start my truck I have a miss that is more recognizable when the truck is in gear and under load. My check engine light will not come back on, and my diagnostic computer is not showing any errors. Any ideas? Thank You!
Im assuming this is a coil over plug setup so it has no plug wires? if your plug was burnt off sounds like it was lean...mabe you have a week injector on number 8. also check the the plug on the coil and make sure it is in tight. checking the porceline on the plug would b a good idea too, only takes a hairline crack to make it not work
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