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Old 03-27-2018, 04:44 PM   #11
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Beware of knock-off parts from Amazon.... If they aren't coming from a trusted vendor (such as Ford dealer), I would treat them the same as no-names. A brief search of reviews on "Motorcraft" coils confirms folks are not getting what was advertised.
Definitely return them if they’re not Motorcraft! There is a quality difference.
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Beware of knock-off parts from Amazon.... If they aren't coming from a trusted vendor (such as Ford dealer), I would treat them the same as no-names. A brief search of reviews on "Motorcraft" coils confirms folks are not getting what was advertised.
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Definitely return them if they’re not Motorcraft! There is a quality difference.
Not sure if this is a testament for/about Motorcraft COP's but my 2000 E250 5.4 motor has just over 285K miles, every COP is original to the van.

OTOH my 2003 E250 EB has lost the #1 COP at 175K miles, #2 & 4 about 199K miles and the #6 about 249K miles; each were OEM. So 4 down, 4 still running well?
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Well I just got back from my trip to Tofino . My van ran perfect , quieter , more power than it had for quite awhile . It was a joy to drive. I am much relieved. Also mechanic said he had no problems removing and replacing my spark plugs. No appreciable carbon build up as well. Success!
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