Question about Ford Taurus
You either have a bad ignition module or a
vacuum leak,intake manifold,PCV Hose,etc
that effects cyl #3
Ohm Checking is for the 1980's
Todays tool is an oscilloscope, you won't
have at home.
Also Smoke the intake and EVAP System
for leaks (EVAP Smoke Machine)
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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