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2001 f150 v8 #7cyl. misfire, WTF!

2001 f150 v8 is running little rough, took in to oriely auto parts and tested it, it said cyl #7 misfire. guys at oriely said it is the coil but not 100% sure. i don't know were to start, i have tools and should beable to do this repair. can anyone tell me were to start with a little more detail on what all to do, to do a better physical diagnastics? any help is most definatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!!! brian

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PO-307 COP Ignition Coil -Cyl #7

$59.00 at auto part store

Driver side, third cyl/coil from front of engine,is #7

Remove coil cover,one screw on coil.

1-2-3-4 Pass Side
5-6-7-8 Driver Side

Posted on May 16, 2010

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