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simonkit

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  1. Thanks for the reply...... thing is that I did this, disconnected the battery for 30 minutes, it cleared the engine management light. It seems too much of a coincidence that a sensor etc would fail at the same time as the coil ?? simon
  2. Fiesta 1.4 2004 Recently had a problem with the Fiesta... It suddenly started running very rough & engine warning light came on, called RAC who said it showed a fault on CYL 4 & it was only running on 3 CYLs. Turned out to be coil failure so I replaced coil/spark plugs & ignition leads & whilst it's much better it now seems slightly hesitant during acceleration sometimes.. my thoughts are maybe the fuel filter or the MAF / Lamba sensor have been affected by the coil failing ? All advice appreciated simon
  3. Having posted that I'd sorted the problem I'm now not 100% sure I have.... To recap on the problem.. Fiesta 1.4 2004 It suddenly started run rough & engine warning light came on, called RAC who said it showed a fault on CYL 4. Turned out to be coil failure so I replaced coil/spark plugs & ignition leads & whilst it's much better it now seems slightly hesitant during acceleration sometimes.. my thoughts are maybe the fuel filter or the MAF / Lamba sensor have been affected by the coil failing ? All advice appreciated simon
  4. Thanks for the reply.... problems solved...fitted new coil pack + ignition leads + spark plugs, disconnected battery for 30minutes & engine warning light fault cleared too !!! Just on the coil pack don't get the Ford one..£110, I paid £40 from a local motor spares shop simon
  5. Have problems with rough idling & a lit engine management light. I've changed the plugs & ignition leads but the problem remains & the guy at Ford told me if leads/plugs don't work that its the "Coil pack" - Ford want £100 but I've found this, part number is identical to the one of the car... is this what the Dealer meant by "Coil Pack" or is there something else to it ? http://www.cranksensors.net/detailspage.as...earchStr=PC6280 Any help much appreciated simon