I have a 2001 crown vic interceptor. Keep getting misfires on #4 and #7 plugs even after changing the boots, coils and plugs. Then wiggled the #4 & #7 and it ran like a new car for bout 6 miles.

Asked by Dec 29, 2014 at 10:57 PM about the 2001 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

then it came back #4 & #7. What else
could it be?

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You, sir have just discovered a wiggle test, sir

Yeah does it mean theres a short somewhere?

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It's like you make and break connection, that means the wires, connectors, or the component or sometimes its mounting are loose or loose fitting. that's an intermittant open rather than a short. When you get those components into certain light ? sometimes the part can be cracked or damaged. especially from previous overheat. I had one a while back where that caused intermittant misfire.

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Thx danny, i will check and replace those two pigtails if necessary and see what happens.

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