Question about 2006 Ford Explorer
Number 3/4 post on the coil are dead, I replaced the coil with another used coil. the coil poped, cracked, and let out a white plastic. I put the old coil pack in and now it wont start.
So I assume you never disconnected the bat. when changing the coil that is not good ....I would say buy another coil pack and start over and make sure to disconnect the bat.......Check all wires going to the coil for breaks or worn or burnt marks in wires before hooking up new coil
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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