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Hi guys,

4.6 HSE '99

Stumped! Number 7 just stopped firing. I changed leads, nope. Then plugs - nope. Then coil ----nope!????

Still no No7

Does any wonderful person have a solution?

I was thinking a new crank sensor or cam sensors?

Best regards to all

Mike
 

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this is a misfire code your going on? is the injector within spec (or swap it with another cylinder, a pain a know) there is a test if you have a fuel pressure gauge, which would be quicker.
 

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Thanks Larry, I should have been more specific, it's no spark, fuel going in fine. Rabid sparks everywhere else, just not on 7. No codes at all!
 

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Any ideas anyone?

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if you have no spark on #7 i'd have thought unless its [part of the coil] not working or wiring - both ecu side and the lead side - then you'd also have an issue with #4 as this fires at the same time.
 

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Apologies, I overlooked this thread I started, yes it was the coil, bizarrely I had a 2nd used coil in the parts bin with the same fault! Changed for new and all is well. Thank you LarryS for that tip on no4, I never noticed the 4 because I started the fault find on the odd side, so on getting to 7 one wrongly assumes that's that. It's not. Thanks again and sorry for the late comeback.
 
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