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I have a 2003 crown vic with 250000 miles and a 4.6 police intercepter..when the car is cold it runs like new but after warming up I get a misfire on # 3.coil pack,plug and fuel injector have all been replaced..what would cause this?

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  • rjlauria47 May 30, 2010

    Have you replaced the plug wire ? Do you have a scan tool ?

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Posted on May 31, 2010

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Engine Oil - Motorcraft SAE 5W-30 Super Premium Motor Oil 5.0 quarts

Transmission Fluid - Motorcraft Mercon V ATF 13.9 quarts (fluids Mercon & Mercon V are NOT INTERCHANGEABLE, DO NOT MIX)

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