Re: Misfire Code 97 Taurus Help

So not necessarily the coil pack itself, but it's connection to the #1 spark plug wire? That could be. Is there a way to examine/test the coilpack itself?


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Same way you would any coil.

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Hmmm, the car runs fine though, and you can not feel a miss. The only indicator that there is a malfunction is the service engine soon light........and the code for cylinder 1 misfire being pulled.

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Just because you do not feel a miss, does not mean it is not there.

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the coli pack will start on one cylender some times mine did it can ruin the transmission to how i dont know but i drove mine for 3 months missing till i figured out coilpack was bad and transmission is slipping
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