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TRUCK MISSES AT CRUISING SPEED

I believe this may be a bad coil, according to a Ford mechanic I met. My question is,How do I find out which coil it is? Can I just disconnect them one at a time when it is acting up?

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  • jhardin184 Feb 19, 2009

    I'm having the same problem (03 Expedition 4x4 XLT) but I thought there was more than one coil. I had the problem about four months back and a coil was replaced. The recommendation was that all should be replaced with a much higher cost so I had them replace the one. Was I ****** punched by the mechanic?

  • charlene146 May 20, 2009

    I had this same issue and it ended up causing 2 cadalitic converters go bad costing me over $3000 to fix.

    Now am having the same issues and no codes, but now dying on me and overdrive light blinking.

    Can't seem to get a answer from anyone expert or not.

    HELP


  • tomcat2272 May 11, 2010

    how bad is it missing? does it do it during acceleration ? give me as much info as you can. the best and easiest way to tell is put it on the computer. you can try autozone cause its free . but a lot of times they can't tell you exactly which one its misfiring on.a local garage shouldn't charge more than $100 to run it but it will save you a lot of time. plus for your info the coils are a pretty hard job to change especially if you don't have the proper tools.

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If it is a coil, there is one coil. what year is the truck, there is a lot of missing info brother

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