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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What kind of ford?? In any event...number 2 is the second one back on the passenger's side. The coil pack is about 75.00. the spark plug anywhere from 3 dollars to 12 dollars. Hope that helps. if so please leave a comment.
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
A check on the spark plugs of the 2nd and 3rd cylinder must tell the story. If you see there is a dirty plug, oil soaked or badly burnt we need to check on the firing and fuel delivery.
First of all check for compression if there is oil smearing, it can be due to weak oil rings or compression rings or a faulty bore in case the engine has clocked a great deal.
Also check the valve settings before the firing - spark intensity of the 2nd and 3rd plugs are confiremed. Check the HT wires to the plugs as you have checked the remaining sections. I hope this must give an indication of the lurking fault.
Posted on Oct 05, 2011
#2 did what ? So it didn't drop rpm,then it
wasn't contributing much as the other were
You got a bad wire or module or whatever your car has
Check the injectors listen to them with a long screw driver
to your ear
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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