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Old 11-03-2011, 01:39 AM
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2006 f150 3v 5.4 COP compatibility

I have a misfire issue on #2 and I unplugged the COP and it only made a very slight difference so it seems like it maybe going out. I have 121k on the ODO so i'm sure these COPs are nearing end of life.

My question is the COPs for a 2v 5.4 are pretty cheap, I have seen a full set of 8 for around 75 bucks. I have seen 5.4 E series COPs for even less for a full set however the COPs I see specifically for the 3v f150 5.4 are anywhere from 25-40 per unit.

Are these 2v COPs compatible?

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Old 11-03-2011, 02:40 AM
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No they are not compatible. Get the dg511 only. You could try the cheap e-bay coils that many of us have used with fairly decent results. Heres a set.

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Yeah,what he said^^^^.

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