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ACCEL 140032-8 Ignition SuperCoil Se…

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10 to 15 percent more power than aging stock coils
Delivers more torque quicker starts instant throttle response better acceleration a smoother idle and improved gas mileage
Engineered specifically for 1998 to 2008 4.6L 5.4L and 6.8L Ford 2 valve modular engines
Reduces misfire and eliminates hesitation
Pack of 8
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ACCEL Super Coils are designed to provide excellent ignition. They features advanced bobbin technology, a specialized magnetic steel core and optimum winding which results in higher energy as well as voltage output, plus arc duration. These super coils are corrosion resistant and facilitate easy installation.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Great Buy |
    Verified Purchase

    I am not one to write many reviews but I wanted to help by giving some feedback. I was getting a random misfire code on my Expedition while is was under a load (higher RPM's). I chased this by replacing spark plugs, fuel filter, fuel injection cleaning etc. While all of this was probably helpful it didnt correct my problem. I have about 95,000 miles and a mechanic friend told me "it's probably not the coil packs cause they rarely go bad." Well he was wrong... I bought these because I couldn't pass up the price and I was tired of chasing my tail. Replaced all 8 and it works like a champ. Truck runs like new without any issues. This was a tough diagnostics because it idled fine and you could rev the car and it seems fine. Hopefully this information will help someone out to save the time it took me to figure it out. Make sure and use Permatex Dielectric Tune-Up Grease on the ends that connect to the spark plug.... Update 05/01/11 - Found out my cats were clogged as well. 70% in passenger side and 30% on driver side. On the Ford V8's it is a four cat system setup. I went to a performance shop and had them install two high flow cats (still emission friendly). Man what a difference in performance. This thing runs awesome and it even changed the exhaust note.....
  2. 3 out of 5

    there ok |
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    I have a 2003 Ford XLT 150 with a 5.4...After changing all 8 coils the truck preformed beautifully...While chaining coil I discovered that my problem was water in number 2 and 3 cylinders....So I cleaned up the old coils and decided to keep them as a backup and that was a smart move....Approximately 7 days later the #1 "new Accel coil went out....here is my complaint I contacted Accel directly to see about exchanging the one coil......Their tech was rude and unconcerned, told me to call the retailer that they only had a 90 day warranty....I called AMAZON....All I can say is WOW!!!! Amazon rocks....AMAZON said they warranted the coils for 1 year. And new "SET" of coils shipped overnight... I see a training opportunity here for allot of business on how to handle customers....
  3. 5 out of 5

    Great Product... performance and gas mileage increases |
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    I replaced the failing stock coils and some aftermarket coils I purchased with these high performance coils. The key is to replace all 8 at one time. If you have several coils failing over a two or three month period, it is more cost effective to replace them all in one shot, especially for the price you can get these high performance coils. NOTE TO LOOK OUT FOR: If your intake manifold has a water leak and is getting moisture on the coils, this can short them out. That is what was happening to me on my 2001 Ford Expedition 5.4L. My Mechanic replace the intake manifold and then I had him install all eight coils at once. My truck has 170K miles on it, and I have had coils going out one at a time over the last 30K miles. At the time I did not know it was the leaking intake manifold that was shorting out the coils one at a time, so I replace 5 or 6, one at a time as they would go out. Finally did it right and replaced them all after intake manifold leak problem was fixed. NOW, I have more power and better gas mileage. They are working great. It has been about one month since they were installed. We will see how long they last. Was getting 11.2 MPG, now getting 13.3 MPG. UPDATE: It has been over 2 years now and still going strong.
  4. 5 out of 5

    worked great |
    Verified Purchase

    replaced all 8 coils on my 2000 Grand Marquis after one went out and started causing all kinds of problems. There was not a noticeable miss, but under a load, the computer would just shut down and the engine would quit. It would start again if you waited a few minutes. I replaced the plugs and then had a dead miss. I tracked down the cylinder that was missing, and replaced that coil only. That fixed the problem, but then I found out that Ford recommends you replace these coils at 100,000 miles, so I went ahead and did the other 7. The car runs better now than it has in years! Be sure you buy some di-electric grease at an auto parts store, as they don't package it with the coils. It keeps moisture away from the electrical connections.
  5. 5 out of 5

    Great price, performance is great so far... |
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    I recently installed these on a 2003 Ford Expedition 5.4L which has over 100K miles and was showing a "cylinder misfire" code. After replacing the coils and plugs (also purchased from Amazon) the truck runs like new. Some have indicated that the Accel coils don't hold up as well as the factory OEM coils so only time will tell if these will keep performing like they do now. This set of coils fit well and was $100+ cheaper than the Ford OEM part so I took a chance and so far so good. The repair takes about an hour and you don't need to a mechanic to do it. Found some good repair instructions and pictures at Autoclinix.com
  6. 5 out of 5

    Smooth as glass again! |
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    1999 Ford Crown Victoria, she had a misfire in cylinders 5 & 6, idling very roughly. 90,000 miles. This are very easy to change yourself. Take your time and do a good clean job. They look great under the hood. I love the sticker on each coil that says "Lethal Voltage!" Fired her up and it was smooth and quiet again. And it pulls harder above 4,000 rpms (bonus!) Price was right as well.
  7. 5 out of 5

    Great Part at a GREAT PRICE! |
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    I looked for coils for my 2001 Ford Expedition for almost two weeks before I stumbled upon these on Amazon. They were HALF the price of any I'd found and were from a reputable company on top of it all. Cleared my idle and acceleration issues in my Expedition. Would recommend them to ANYONE!
  8. 5 out of 5

    Worth the effort |
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    Motorcraft SP-479 Spark Plug ACCEL 140032-8 Ignition SuperCoil Set (Pack of 8) Blaster 16-PB Penetrating Catalyst - 11 oz. Lisle 51250 Spark Plug Wire Puller Lisle 52990 Spark Plug Pliers GearWrench 80546 5/8-Inch x 6-Inch Swivel Spark Plug Socket Garage quoted 100$ per cylinder plus parts to replace plugs and coil on plugs on 2003 expedition 5.4 V8 with 160K km. Parts above were less than $250. Read the internet forums for good info. This job was done over two days. Day one – remove coils, blow out plug wells, add PB blaster and loosen plug quarter turn. Let sit overnight. Day two – blow out plug wells and remove plugs. The gear wrench socket was worth its price – I dont know how the back plug removal and install could be done without it. Take your time, plugs will be stiff / tight. Thread by hand and use torque wrench. A camping mattress pad was helpful to drape on engine as you spend time laying across it. Highway mileage went from 16 l/100km before to 13l/100 after. More important, check engine light is off.
  9. 5 out of 5

    Great replacement for oem coil. |
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    I have eight of these on my engine and so far after 3 month and 4000 miles they are working perfectly, they seem to work just as good as OEM and the price is right!!! I have had three other cheap aftermarket (autozone) coils that only lasted about a year before going bad, so I hope these last a long time. If you buy all eight at once the price is much better also. added 12-29-12 -- As the factory coils get old more than 7 years the rubber boots go bad, but more important is that the epoxy that seals the top of coil will get hair-line cracks letting in moisture causing misfire. I have found it most cost effective to buy all 8 coils at once and replace them all. these Accel coils work great. I have been using them on two engines now for more than a year, they work great. Added 9-28-13 now 3 years and 40,000 miles and they work perfect. and better gas mileage.
  10. 5 out of 5

    These work great |
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    Bought two of these for our 2004 Ford Explorer V8 4WD. We had an issue with the car missing on rainy days. Would get a service engine soon light and it ran terribly. Picked up a OBDII device here at Amazon and downloaded the application called Torque for my Android phone (Free version). the OBDII port is under the dash on the drivers side. The first OBDII code we saw indicated a misfire in less than 1000 revolutions of the engine from start and the second code identified the cylinder that was missing. Lots of info online to help with identifying the meaning of the codes. Replacement is simple for most cylinders on our vehicle. A couple of the cylinders have some obstructions. #2 for example is a little tougher but not that bad. The Coil will flex, so you can usually get it on without much effort. Carefully remove the wire clip on the old Coil. Use an 8mm socket to remove the bolt securing the old Coil. Pull the old Coil out note the orientation. Slide your new Coil in. Press down firmly to make sure its on the plug. Line up the bolt hole and use your 8mm socket to secure the new Coil. Don't over tighten. Reattach the wire clip. Done. Fire up the engine and take it for a ride. You may need to clear the old error codes using your OBDII device and App. We had two Coils causing the engine to miss. It's been a couple of months and so far it's been running great. Happy that I could resolve this and not pay a mechanic hundreds of dollars for an EASY 30 minute repair.