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Old 10-16-2009, 06:57 PM
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cylinder location

hi i have a code on my 2000 expedition and it says PO301 missfire on cylinder #1 i would like to know if anyone has a diagram on the location of the cylinders.
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thank you for your help
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Atleast #1 is easy to replace the Coil...

I have repalced 4,2,3 in that order since I got mine.
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i got my missfire fixed today turned out that the coil was bad.
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