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Old 08-10-2008, 03:36 PM
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2003 lightning engine misses under load

at idle and normal driving conditions it all fine, but when i go to get into it, it acts like there is a miss/hesitation...any ideas
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Old 08-10-2008, 05:12 PM
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at idle and normal driving conditions it all fine, but when i go to get into it, it acts like there is a miss/hesitation...any ideas
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Check the right rear coil pack, antifreeze might be dripping on it from the heater hose. LS
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sounds like a coil pack or a bad plug
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Ok thanks...I ordered a set of 8 coil packs and 8 plugs so hopefully that well fix it...I had the same prob with and 89 Thunderbird SC and replaced coils and plugs and that was it..Thanks again...Dutch
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