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Hi I have a question how do you check a coil on my engine 4.7. I know there are 8 coils.

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Use oven mit and pull wires off one at a time with engine running. You should hear spark jump if coil is working, and engine should start missing with wire off (ground the wire to the engine, so it doesn't shock you). If there is no spark and nop difference in how the engine runs with wire off, that coil or wire is bad.

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