01 sport trac loss power after hitting a chuck hole

Asked by Mar 28, 2015 at 10:24 PM about the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Crew Cab

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So heading home todat, and hit a chuck hole than my truck lost power wonce I stoped at
stop sign.loss power in drivetrain. I floored it, and would get up to 15mph. Got home and
felt the exhaust and it was hot and not flowing alot. Truck was missing bad and ideling
low. Now its 20* in ohio and rode my rocket to work for mh scanner. Got home and Codes
were for coil a primary/secondary and coil c primary/secondary.  Tells me my coil is bad.
But, I started it and it runs great, no miss full exhaust flow no ratting cats or pluged
muffler. What do you think?

1 Answer

Found the issue. The people who had it before me, said they replaced they coil, I baught a new coil and apon looking and shat socket I needed I seen the connector to the coil was broke at the hold done. A zip tie and still replaced the coil. Simple fix.

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