Question about Ford F-150
Test the continuity in the coil. Also test the connection end to see if it is getting power to the coil. I have also received bad coil packs from auto parts store , so if its under warranty change it just to make sure . Also, take the tape off the wiring going to the coil pack and check for breaks inthe wiring. Timing issues or crankshafts or crankshaft sensors can cause this. The sensor itself runs $20.00 and up. Hope this helps. Spark plug wires can have breaks in them also.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2001 Audi A6. It has 105,000 miles on it. The problem is the car sputters and misfires when accelerating. Once the RPM is up to 3,000 the problem stops. I?ve changed the spark plugs, coils and plug wires. The problem went away for about month but, now the problem is back. Please help.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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