ENA Compatible with Ignition Coil Ford Aerostar Explorer Sport Trac Mustang Mystique Ranger Mazda B3000 B4000 Mercury Mountaineer V6 2.5L 3.0L 3.2L 4.0L C925 FD480
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This is the coil pack I got when I did wiring 1 &amp 2 Five of them face each other, two are beside each other, and the sixth is at the end The six are across from each other, and the three and the four are next to each other Each of the four people is across from the A 6 is.
Thanks for your message. I'm able to confirm that the ignition coil pack is compatible with the The engine is a six-cylinder engine measuring 0L. *br>Thank you for your kind words
Selected User Reviews For ENA Compatible with Ignition Coil Ford Aerostar Explorer Sport Trac Mustang Mystique Ranger Mazda B3000 B4000 Mercury Mountaineer V6 2.5L 3.0L 3.2L 4.0L C925 FD480
Despite my purchase being made the day before, I received the product the next day. In the past, I would have bought this one from the auto parts store because it was right on time. This is about 1/2 the price and it took me 15 minutes to replace. It is a good idea to label the wires before removing them from the old coil so you can accurately install them. My truck used to idle rough and shut off when restarting on occasion. After installing this, it seems to be running much smoother. It would be wise to keep the old coil in case this happens. A failure of the product will result in an update to my review. So far, this product is unbeatable in terms of quality and cost.
They are perfect fit and a great price. If it were to start in warm weather, it would be tough, but a year ago, it would be nearly impossible to start in the winter. Typically, after hard starting in the winter for the second time, the car would not start at all. The fuel pressure has been checked. It was within the correct range of pressure when it reached 63 pounds. It said that cold temperature causes metal to shrink and thus a broken wire is no longer able to contact. I found a video on YouTube that discussed this. I think he had a point in my case. This new coil fired right up as soon as I put it in! My old coil will be saved because I'm not sure of the quality of this coil since I have only used it for a short time. Since the older coil will work in summer, if the new coil fails, I hope it will be during summer time!.
My Ford Ranger 3 was fitted with this product in the year 2000. Although it was a bit more challenging since the connection was horizontal instead of vertical, I managed to set up the firing order correctly and it seemed to work fine. Well, it worked fine for exactly five Afterward, I noticed the vehicle was skipping again and throwing some codes. It turned out to be cylinder misfire on the coil when I checked the code. In addition to the front and rear connections, I noticed that the middle two connections were also firing, but with half the spark. Consider spending a little bit more on a higher quality product and saving both time and money.
In the end, I ended up paying close to $122 due to my return's expiration after a month. I am seeking a replacement locally, but I'm up and on the move It is time to run It would have been better if I had.
Exactly what I was looking for for my 97 Ford F-150 4x4. It's easy to install and only takes 2L. The wires on my coil pack matched the ones already installed, so I just lined them up the way they had been cut. There is also a grease pack included. I found the store price to be about a quarter less expensive.
I bolted this up and it performed exactly as a factory OEM replacement should have for my 1999 Ford Explorer 4L. So far, I've traveled about ten thousand miles. Message
Update After 50k miles (I drive a lot for work), it still runs great. I thought it had died, but it turned out to be a spark plug wire (also replaced.