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Old 10-09-2011, 10:54 AM   #1
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just installed new plugs/granatelli street fighter coils on my '05 rousch (4.6) and now getting codes on all cyliders. any suggestions as to what i should check?
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What plugs? What gap? What codes are you getting?
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autolite HTO, manf gap (didnt require manual gap), whole series of codes - po351, 352, etc..
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thnx for the welcome templar...
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3XX means ignition system/coil failure usually.

It's not liking the new coils most likely. Were there codes prior to the swap?
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yeah.

was originally getting random/intermittent 3XX codes.

anyway, pulled the news ones and replaced with OEM coils. now no codes.

new challenge is getting refund from the company who recommended wrong coils to begin with.
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Glad you got it figured out.
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