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He got it fixed. Apparently it was a coil. The diagnostics said # 7 but he looked up several times as to which one was number 7. Each response was a different diagram so he ended up changing 2 of them and putting in new plugs too. Runs like a dream again.
Hey Yall, just picked up 97' f150 everything running fine. I decided to clean up the engine a bit with a little water now I have a check engine light with code P0301 cylinder #1 misfire. What can I do to correct this?
FREDO What happened was you sprayed water on the top of the engine and water got down into a spark plug "pit" for a lack of a better word its the opening where your spark plug screws into the cylinder head and you shorted out a coil pack. This happened to me when i brought my truck in to get detailed and I had to replace the coil pack about $60 .. It happened the day I was heading out of town so it really sucked. but it takes 5 min to change it out.