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It looks like you still have an electrical problem. I rarely suggest changing the coil, but this could be the problem. I would also check the wire to the coil. I know you replaced it, but is it fully seated into the coil.
I have had it happen to me many times. I thought it was seated into the coil and I found out it was not.
I am assuming you have a SPI motor. If so the IMRC(intake manifold runner control) is located on the drivers side if the intake manifold. It is an electromechanical actuator square/ rectangular and has an electrical connector on it.
With the advent of OBD-II, the Federal Government has mandated the location of the DLC (Data Link Connector) .The Data Link Connector is located in the passenger compartment. It is attached to the instrument panel and accessible from the driver's seat.
The DLC is rectangular in design and capable of allowing access to 16 terminals. The connector has keying features that allow easy connection. The test equipment and the DLC have a latching feature to ensure a good mated connection. The Scan tool uses the DLC as a pathway to communicate with the on board computer system.
If the DLC is not located under the dash, the vehicle is using OBD-I. This is a slightly different management system in its operation and diagnosis. Look for DLC under the hood near the left front headlight on the Town Car and Mark VII, near the right side firewall on the Continental.