Where are the ignition coils located on a 2008 Ford fusion


Asked by Sep 07, 2015 at 03:14 PM about the 2008 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Having trouble with the PCM and the ignition
coils not sure exactly where the ignition coils
are located could really use some help

10 Answers


The ignition coils should be on the spark plugs. Newer vehicles have individual coils for each spark plug. You have to remove the coil to get to the spark plug.

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So it's on top of the spark plugs

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MDH44 is exactly right. If you were to buy a set of coils this is what you get

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What problems are you having? Is the CEL on?


When I stop at a stop light or stop sign my car starts to shake really bad. Went to auto zone cause my check engine light came on and that's what they told me the issue was.


What is the cel?

Check Engine Light


Yes the check engine light is on. When I stop the car shakes and sometimes acts like it's going to die. A couple of times it has died

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