Question about Ford Expedition
I own a 2000 Ford Excursion V10 6.8L; about 2 months ago #3 coil went and was replaced at the dealers. I want to know how can I do this myself so I could save alot of money. It seems simple, but how do I know which one to replace right now. My truck today is not cranking up, its turning. So I asuming that another coil must have went or can I be wrong? Also I seen online(ebay) that I could purchase the coils for as low as $10 each when I paid $100 at the dealer and at the local autopart store they are going for $50 each. Should I be aware that this could be a potential not so good of a buy?
Hi, Yes you can replace the coil yourself. I would read any comments that is on ebay about the company that is selling the coil. You can get great deals. By the sounds of it you have coil on plug. Now to fine out which coil is gone you would have to remove one at the time have some one crank the eng and you look for the spark. Before you do this remove the fuel pump fuse. The first thing to do is to fine out if you do have spark. Here is the cyl order and the firing order.
FRONT 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10
FIRING ORDER 1-6-5-10-2-7-3-8-4-9
Hope this helps let me know.
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