Question about 2004 Ford F150
Assuming that this is an 8 cylinder engine, you should be able to remove the wire plug going to the coil and then remove the 8mm bolt that holds the coil in place. (The number 4 cylinder will be the farthest one from the front on the passenger side.) You may have to try to rotate it back and forth in a twisting motion after the bolt is removed to break the rubber boot loose from the spark plug. The coil can be purchased at your local auto parts store. Make sure you replace the rubber boot as well. If your engine is a 6 cylinder, the number 4 cylinder will be the one in the front on the driver side and will be easier to access.
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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