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Old 07-20-2006, 01:53 PM
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4.6L spark plug wiring diagram

heya,

I searched and searched, this forum and through Google, but i gue there are too many hits on spark, plug, wire, and diagram - because through all the info I just couldn't find a wiring diagram

I need a 1999 (1997/1998 will do) spark wire diagram just to make sure a buddy didn't make my missing problem worse.

Truck is trying to cool down so i can work on it today, or I'd go pick up a manual.

Anyone have a quick link to one?

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If you clean the coil packs and look carefully there should be numbers beside the plug wire terminals indicating which wire goes where.
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If you have a library close, copy that page from the Chilton manual. If you still haven't been able to locate it, I can copy a page and email it to you.
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Thanks guys! Racerguy pointed out what was right in front of my face all along.

Damn, I feel stupid.

I put MSD four-tower coils on it (which do not have the wiring order on them, so I'm probably going to keep one coil around as it has the total wiring code right on it).
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