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Old 03-10-2011, 06:36 PM   #1
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ford escape 3.0 misfires

Hey everone, justw ondering if anyone else has had this problem...

I have a 2002 escape with the 3.0 and currently i have a mis fire in cylinder 4 5 and it only does this in the rain, so im thinking maybe a cracked boot? or coil pack? just wondering if anyone has any suggestions...because im getting tired of this lol...thanks guys

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There is a few things that it could be try spraying the lower intake with starting fluid and see if idle increases if it does the lower intake gaskets are bad.Ceck the vacuum line in the back of intake its like 5/8 i.d it goes to the pvc valve and they melt in the 90 degree part.It would seem weird that 3 coil packs would mess up at the same time also at 100,000 miles its a good time for plugs.
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