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Ive got a 2005 F-150 that just started to miss first thing in the mornings when it's cold, normally starts between 40-60 mph and then runs fine, truck has 60,000 miles. I'm wondering if it's a plug problem which I really don't want to have or if it could be a coil pack, I hooked my Superchips Programmer to it to read any codes and there are none, no lights on the dash, nothing. My wife's Expedition had a similar problem and after changing the plugs, coil packs and fuel filter it ended up being the fuel pump. Just trying to save a little time and a lot of money. If it is a plug my brother has the extraction tool from NAPA. What's your opinions