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I have a 2004 Crown Vic, 4.6 motor. There is no spark from either of the coils, there is power to the injectors.

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Coil get the power from ignition module through ECM

usually there are three connector to module
one for crank sensor with two wire
one for power to module two wire(power and ground)
one for 5volt reference voltage and ecm and injector ,ground and tachometer
1- check the power and ground to module
2- check input and out put from crank position sensor and cam sensor if you have one
3- check the connector with five wire

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    you do not have to wory about spark plugs or plug wire nothing going to them at this pointsince

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I would check the ignition module.

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well if you have checked the spark plugs and they look good then its probly the coil If the plugs have never been replaced i would start with a tune up and see if this fixes the problem. If not there is no good way for you to test it you would need a computer to hook up to the car

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SOURCE: P0304=misfire in cylinder 4. coil?

not coil coil it wouldnt fire at all it is either a plug or a wire replace the wire and plugs and that will fix it

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