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Where is ignition coil E located on a 2001 Mazda tribute

The computer read I had a misfire in coil e I assumed it was on cylinder 5 but the old coil was getting fire and my car still runs the same I was wondering if possibly the ignion coil e could be three considering the firing order is 1 4 2 5 3 6 does anyone know

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Standing in front of the vehicle, looking at the vehicle. Ford is 1,2,3,4 on the left and 5. 6.7.8. on the right. Front to back. a,b,c,d on the left, e,f,g,h on the right. So E would be on the drivers side , first cylinder. If the coil is hitting, then look to the spark plug first, also the boot, then the injector and wiring.

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SOURCE: What is the Firing order to find the #1 cylinder on Mazda Tribute

#1 cylinder is on the back of the motor first one to the ritght. On the driver's side. the cylinders go 1,2,3 fromright to left on the back of motor as stand facing the vehicle and 4,5,6 left to right in the front of the motor as you face the vehicle. Hope you understand what I'm telling you.
Good luck,Dan

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