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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    What plugs were in cylinders 3 and 5?


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    The blue ones are newer and weíre on the exhaust side. The intake plugs are the original ones. Each one had one of each. I swapped coil and plug wire from 3 to 1 if it misfires again itíll be easier to just change the coil packs.

    Anyone know how to clear the check engine light. Sure be nice if there was a obd 2 port some where hidden


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    On a car having the negative terminal disconnected for several hours (18 - 24) will usually clear the code. You can also disconnect BOTH terminals form the battery and then touch the terminals on the WIRES to each other. Be careful and don't create a direct short. Use a volt meter to be sure the wires dont have any voltage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1967Goat View Post
    On a car having the negative terminal disconnected for several hours (18 - 24) will usually clear the code. You can also disconnect BOTH terminals form the battery and then touch the terminals on the WIRES to each other. Be careful and don't create a direct short. Use a volt meter to be sure the wires dont have any voltage.
    On the newer cars itíll still store the faults in the memory even if you do a capacitive discharge. But it is ford guess Iíll give it hell and see what happens


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