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2006 Mountaineer firing order & cylinder misfire.

Discussion in 'Stock 2006 -2010 Explorers' started by chilgun, July 21, 2010.


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      I have a 2006 mountaneer which seams to miss fire when I am around 50mph. This cause me to repair my transmission, which by the way cost me $3400 about two weeks ago. Again, the same problem is happening and I do believe it is the coil or something that is causing this. Can anyone help?
       
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      Thanks for the help.
       
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      I had a problem with mine misfiring once and I took it in but they said the coils looked fine. Maybe it's your spark plugs?
       
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      Been here done this... :)

      Spark plugs are the #1 potential cause here ... IF you allow this to go too far, you will then lose a coil on the bad plug(s). I had one plug/coil under my extended warranty but they warned me the others were going (plugs - then to eventual coils).

      Make sure you go thru Ford or get Motorcraft Platinum plugs and swap ALL of them out.

      (thankfully I have a Ford truck mechanic friend who does work for me on the side and saved me a bunch of $$ on this).
       

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