wet ignition coils
So it seems after any type of heavy rain storm or even a puddle the size of a teacup my F-150 shakes in it's boots... literally. Every time it rains hard or I have to drive through a puddle I end up replacing an ignition coil because my engine is miss firing violently. It's getting slightly embarrassing when we have to take my girlfriends honda fit because my truck can't drive in heavy rain because it might break. Don't get me wrong, I love my F-150 to death but for gods sake has anyone figured out a way to keep water out of the ignition coils?? This seems like a serious engineering flaw in the design of this truck by ford to not have these ignition coils WATER TIGHT. I would have thought out of all of their vehicles a truck should be able to handle a heavy rain... Thanks guys, any help would be much appreciated.
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