Question about 2002 Ford Econoline Cutaway
That is a number 7 misfire. try replacing the plug and coilpack. you can also swap coilpacks with another and see if the code changes. I am assuming its a 4.6 or 5.4 engine. you can get away with just the coilpack and dont forget the boot also. get only oem ford parts. probably cost about 120-150 dollars. did water get in it? can you erase the code or is it a hard fault? I try with info I have,sorry
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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