Question about Ford Explorer
Are you sure the plug wires are in the right place?you may have missed putting them back on right. or is this the reason you replaced them in the 1st place? is this the reason for replacement wires and plugs?i'm not sure where to start, unless i know it was a tune up with no problems other than a miss or just not running right.as always i replace 1 plug and 1 wire at a time. you may have mixed the wires up or the wires on the coil. start from scratch with a timing order and placement of the wires. hope this helps and if you need the timing and placement of cylinders i will be happy to help!! thank you for choosing fixya.com
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