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1998 f 150 5.4L Idle Air Control Under speed error...

1998 f 150 5.4L Idle Air Control Under speed error. Cylinder 4&5 Misfire Detected. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I know cylinders misfire could be spark plugs or wires, but anyone with other possibilities please post. Thanks.

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  • captwmcurtis Jul 04, 2009

    Will try to figure that out this weekend as far as bad boot, wire or plug. What is the easiest and quickest way to make the determination? Good info as I thought they were unrelated issues!

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Yes boot coil ,spark plug whitch ever needs to be repair to stop idle air control code idle air control is trying to compensate and con not

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