Question about 2004 Ford Taurus
Cylinder 1 is not firing or is intermittently firing. Check the output on the coil associated with #1 cylinder by using a spare plug attached to #1 wire while engine is running. If it has good spark, check the fuel injector for possible problems. Crank shaft sensor would not be the problem as the engine has to have it to run. You may need to have it checked further at a reputable repair shop as this can get more involved than a back yard repair.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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