Question about 2007 Mercury Milan V6 AWD Sedan
I have a 2007 mercury milan with the v-6. My engine light recently came on and i had it checked and the trouble code said it was a bad ignition coil on the #1&2 cylinder. I replaced them both and clearly the #2 was burned and melted. I also replaced the spark plugs when i did this. I am still getting a fault code for a problem with the primary ignition coil on #2.I actually exchanged the ignition coil and replaced it again thinking it might be bad and still have the same problem. I beleive all the connections on the plug appear to be good. Any suggestions what i could do next? thanks, Ken
Always give the code so a pro with the diagnosic charts can actually help, without the code its anyones guess
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
Could be a bad fuel injector, get a long screw driver put it on the injector and on your forehead listen for clicking with engine running, if no clicking with test light check for voltage at injector harness cylinder # 2 ( unplug harness from injector ) with engine running, if you have voltage, check other pin at same connector, connect test light to power at battery and check for pulsation ground at injector , test light should flash, if that check out ok, bad injector, if all check good do a cylinder compression test.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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