Question about 2002 Lincoln LS
Was getting error code p0353, replaced both coil and plug still missing after it warms up. Could the error could be wrong and it is another cylinder ?
Get engine warm and remove each plug lead one by one with nilon plug lead plyers and see witch one makes no diferance to the running and then replace the coil and clear the falt code
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
Testimonial: "Thanks for the reply Ian, I have replaced all coils and plugs on cyl. 1-4 and I still get error code p0353. Run nice and smooth on a cold start up, then once warm it starts missing and a nasty smell coming out of the exhaust. Also getting error code p0108 map/baro sensor."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace the coil pack once more. I went through 2 new ones on my f150 on one cylinder. One worked, the other didn't (both new off the shelf). Condensation build up in the boot caused mine to misfire. Anytime you replace a coil pack, squirt a little silicone grease inside. This will prevent condensation from hitting your plug. Fords are notorius for this problem, especially if you live in a humid area. Also, make sure and clear the codes after you make the repair.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
SOURCE: 2008 Lincoln MKZ with 12
got more then a common issue--u need to search for any bullitins on ur model--may just need a tuneup-change plug wires-test coil and ignition module--dont just replace parts with the code problems-get a data stream done-it gives the solution--secure a repair manual
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
Hey Doug. I would change the cam sensor and see it that takes your light on. The misfire may errase with a new cam sensor. I would hold off on the crank, until I changed the cam sensor. If it still runs rough, then maybe try the crank sensor. It is possible they didn't gap the #8 plug right or it was a bad plug. I would try the cam Doug. I would hold off on the crank.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
Tips for a great answer:
But change the coil to a different cylinder an see if the problem moves to that cylinder !
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