Question about Ford Expedition
Replace the #5 COP Ignition Coil
About $60.00 at the auto parts store
Front coil,drivers side.
Disregard the PO 300, also PO 171 O2 Sensor, get ride of misfire on 5 ,and see if you still get codes.
Clear Codes after you do coil.
Please do not go to a dealer
You will leave a couple grand there, and still have nothing fixed
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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