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Hello, I put my 2001 Ford Expedition on the computer and it came back that I had a misfire on the 1 &3.. Which side is that on and could it be the coil?

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On Ford's, the right side or the passenger side cylinders are numbered 1, 2, and 3. It could be the coil on the passenger side, or run a compression test as well as a fuel pressure test. The computer does not pick up as to the mechanical part of the engine being bad, nor does it know whether you have a weak fuel supply. A vacuum guage will also tell you of the mechanical aspect of your engine if a compression guage cannot be found.

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