Question about 1997 Ford Expedition
Seems po351 would be number one cylinder on passenger side. Why not change the coil you put in number 2 hole to number one hole and drive it to see if the code moves to po352 if you don't want to be just buying coils.
Posted on Aug 28, 2012
It's probably the 4th which is all the way in the back on the left side when you are standing in front of the vehicle facing the engine. There is a water line that runs above that cylinder and drips condensation into it allowing for problems. It's best to replace the plugs AND the (coil pack--which run $60 each).
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