I have a 2001 Lincoln Continental 4.6 V8 and was told that 2 of the 8 coil packs are not working properly, and that i need to replace all 8 coil packs is this true or do i need to only replace to 2 that are now working.

Asked by Aug 11, 2015 at 09:05 AM about the 2001 Lincoln Continental 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2001 Lincoln Continental 4.6L V8 and have been told that 2 of the 8 coil packs
are not working properly and that i need to replace all 8 coil packs, is this true or do ionly
need to replace the ones that are not working.

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You only need to replace the ones that are bad, but it makes sense to replace all of them at the same time...

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If you can afford to replace all of them of course replace them if not just replace the ones that are bad.

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Thank you for all the information, i feel better being informed and you have help me learn something new and you may God's Blessings be yours. Bill.

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Replace them all as the rest will soon cause problems. Make sure you only use the Ford Motorcraft units as there are sometimes problems with the coils you get from the aftermarket.

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