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Which cylinders would be PO352:Ignition coil "B" primary/secondary circuit and PO356:Ignition coil "F" primary/secondary circuit on a 2003 Lincoln Ls V6?

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6 Cylinder Applications 1 A A 26 P0351 4 B B 52 P0352 2 C C 78 P0353 5 A A 26 P0351 3 B B 52 P0352 6 C C 78 P0353
First column is of course cylinder no., 2nd is the igntion coil, 3rd is the coil driver,4th is the PCM pin number,and last the related code.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

  • Chuck Martin
    Chuck Martin Feb 19, 2009




    LS6

    1
    A
    A
    E31
    P0351

    4
    D
    B
    E12
    P0354

    2
    B
    C
    E23
    P0352

    5
    E
    D
    E22
    P0355

    3
    C
    E
    E13
    P0353

    6
    F
    F
    E30
    P0356 Thought that it would come out in a chart but when posting it didn't so read line as 1st number is cyl, 2nd is ign. coil,3rd is coil driver,4th is pcm pin no., and 5th is code

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