Question about 1996 Ford Thunderbird LX
The other day i first noticed a very noticeable clunk and hesitation while driving. At first i thought it was the tranny or tourque conv. I had it hooked to a cpu at autozone and they said my #4 cylinder was miss firing. I was told to replace the coil pack, spark plugs, and plug wires. Well ive yet to replace them. Reason being, i pulled the #4 plug out to investigate. When i pulled the boot off the plug it was coated in coolant and the cavity the plug is in was filled with coolant. I then took the plug out and it didnt appear to have any coolant on it and looked to be in good condition. I just replaced the plugs a month ago. My question is, where is the coolnt coming from? Im hoping its just and external hose leak or somthing and not something more serious. And also, ive drove approx 100 miles with it like this. Will that damage nething? Its a 1996 Ford Thunderbird with a 4.6 Litre V8. ThankYou
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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