Question about 2003 Lincoln LS V8
Changed the coils on 5 & 6 ?
They may not have been the failed ones at all
You may have all 8 bad, after they been in the
motor for 6 years or more
You can not go by obd codes for a cylinder misfires
on a Lincoln L/S
I have a 2004 L/S V8
I do not have the time to type all night & teach a class,
on how to solve that issue
All you can do is walk one new coil until you find the bad one
If you ever go into ETC Fail safe-- do not replace the throttle
body-- it will be a bad coil
As you have tried to do--I have seen a PO300 codes indicate a failed coil
I have used Mode $06 on professional scan tool to find failed coils
I have had to walk a new coil & replace the old one & move to the next cylinder, until all issues were resolved
That car is unique to anything you will have to work on
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
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