How Do I Change a 1996 Ford F150 Module Ignition Coil?

Answer The ignition coil in your 1996 Ford F150 is at the heart of the ignition system. Without this coil, your Ford pickup would lack the energy to move. The coil produces up to 40,000 volts that it send... Read More »

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How to Change the Ignition Coil in a 2001 Ford Expedition 4.6?

The 2001 Ford Expedition 4.6-liter engine uses a distributor-less ignition system. In this engine, each spark plug has its own ignition coil. The coil has a rubber boot on the bottom that goes into... Read More »

How to Change the BWD E97 Ignition Coil on a 1999 Ford Explorer Sport?

The Ford Explorer Sport arrived in 1991, the year when the Explorer made its debut. In 1998, Ford changed the Explorer lineup, making all two-door Explorers available only in the “Sport” model.... Read More »

How to Test an Ignition Coil Module?

The ignition coil module in your vehicle ignites the spark plugs by accepting a signal from the distributor's magnetic pickup, and using that signal to modulate the ground circuit. It is generally ... Read More »

How to Test a 1990 Chevy S10 Ignition Module or Coil?

The 1990 S-10 pickup and Blazer -- as well as its cousins from GMC -- used one of three different engines: a 2.5-liter inline-four, as well as the 2.8-liter and 4.3-liter V-6s. Ignition module and ... Read More »