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I need the schematics for injectors and coils for a 2007 f150 with a 4.6 liter engine.

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Here is a picture of the fuel rail. the coils are held on by 8mm bolts and if you rotate them 30-45 degrees they will clear the fuel rail and lift off. Sorry I can't find a picture of those for you.

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