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AlvinC answered a question about my Ford truck that only someone with an in-depth knowledge of his subject would have known what was going on. Because of your expertise, you armed me with enough ammunition to win the battle with the dealer. I do know, after going though this with JustAnswer, that I can somewhat trust my mechanic but I will always contact you prior to going there.
I would (and have) recommend your site to others I was quite satisfied with the quality of the information received, the professional with whom I interacted, and the quick response time. Tory Johnson, GMA Workplace Contributor, discusses work-from-home jobs, such as JustAnswer in which verified Experts answer people’s questions. If your 4.6L Ford car (or pick up or SUV) equipped with the 2 coil pack Ignition System is misfiring (P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0306, P0307, P0308), this is the article that will help you to troubleshoot those misfire codes. The two most common problems, with this type of ignition system is either a BAD ignition coil or BAD spark plug wires, and this article will help you to troubleshoot both.
TIP 2: Think and breathe SAFETY the whole time you're physically doing these tests, since some of these tests require that you crank the engine.
If a helper is gonna' help you, have him or her wait outside the vehicle till you're ready to have him or her crank the engine (as you're setting up the test). TIP 3: You'll notice that the photos and the testing instructions call for an HEI spark tester.
What's gonna help you to easily find the BAD coil pack or the root cause of the misfire on your 4.6L Ford car or pick up (or SUV), is to know that each coil pack is made up of 2 individual ignition coils. The switching signal is what activates the individual ignition coil (within the pack) to fire off spark.
Keeping the above info in mind, as you test the ignition system, will help you to easily diagnose the root cause of the misfire.


In most cars, the vehicle speed sensor is located in the tail shaft housing of the transmission.
On the supercharged, it is located under a square metal plate, in similar location as EGR valve on the non-supercharged.
The CKP- Crankshaft Position Sensor, is located behind the crank pulley, It will need to be removed to get to the sensor. The temp sensor only gives a reading to the gauge with the key ON, so this is most likely an instrument panel cluster (gauges) problem. 3-19-11Ok I replaced that temperature sensor in the photo above, and the new one I got had just two terminals, while the old plug has three receptacles. Yes, you can either buy a new connector with wire leads in it, or go to a junkyard and cut a harness to get the connector you need. There would be a Intake Air Temperature sensor that is located in the rubber boot to the throttle body. If the PCV valve and O rings are not the problem, then the lower intake manifold gaskets probably are causing your problem. I have a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville and it had a check engine light on that read TPS sensor low voltage. 1992 trans sport van with a 3.8 liter engine water temp sensor is located right under the throttle body .
Note: Please refer to the listing pictures for an accurate description of the parts included in the kit.
The master switch allows power to each individual door's window motor when the switch is depressed, and the other wire to the window motor is the ground. Now, don't let all of this info intimidate you, the article should walk you thru' the whole testing process without too much difficulty. In the illustration above you'll notice that the coil packs connector has 3 male spade terminals.
Since the cam sensor got unplugged by the stray belt, you probably have something wrong with either the sensor or wiring harness, or even both.


And depending on the year of your vehicle, there could be an Idle Air Control Valve, that is just past the MAF sensor and on the throttle body.
If you are showing 0, check each wire at the connector by pulling on them to see if one breaks.
Ford using the same VIN Code "6" and "W" for both ROMEO and WINDSOR engine, therefore you will not be able to identify which one is your engine using the VIN Code. I'd check the connector to make sure it didn't get damaged, or any terminals that may have been pulled out or backed off. The only way to differentiate between ROMEO or WINDSOR engine is looking at the straight timing guides inside the engine. So both wires to each window motor serve as power and ground wires depending on if you're commanding the motor up or down. If you do not have power on this wire and the fuse is ok, the battery saver relay may be at fault.
There could be a broken wire inside the harness that runs down the engine from when it broke. The ROMEO straight timing guides have steel plate backing and have different mounting holes, whereas the WINDSOR straight timing guides are made out of plastic. Please check to make sure this kit is the correct one for your engine before made your purchase, otherwise you will be responsible for the cost of exchange or return. If you not sure what your engine is please read this articleto know what is the different between ROMEO and WINSOR engine.




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