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Maybe you found us online, on the forums, or a friend told you about us. However you heard about us, you've come to the right place for ignition coils for your Ford F150. We have quality aftermarket coils with a lifetime warranty, which is good for as long as you own your F150. Hassle free warranty and hassle free returns make it even better. Select the year and engine size of your F150 to find the coils you need, at the price you want so you can be back on the road again. If you need help diagnosing a "phantom misfire" in your F150 (those pesky occasional misfires that occur and you check engine light doesn't come on) check out our Ford how-to section to see how to find these misfires. Yes, there is a way to find these phantom misfires!


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Replacement Ignition Coils For Your Ford F150                   DG508 Ignition Coil For F150 - Araparts Brand                     

Many people ask the question: "how much is a coil pack for a Ford F150?". The price can range from $35 each at the local auto store all the way up to $90 each at the Ford dealer. When looking online, you can find all 8 coils for under $100 at places like Araparts. Online companies are able to buy a larger volume of these ignition coils and sell direct to the public. 

The modern F150 uses individual ignition coils. These are also referred as "coil on plugs", "coil packs" and "cops" (coil on plug system). These are a frequently replaced part in the ignition system for the F150 trucks. When one goes bad, it is recommended to replace all 8 coils if they are several years old. This is mainly because they all wear in the same environment, at the same time, and in the same driving conditions. Replacing one coil may work with vehicles newer than 5 years, but for older vehicles, many people experience multiple old coils failing within a short period of time. 

We have DG508 and DG511 style ignition coils for your F150. There are many different part numbers for these parts, but these are a few common ones. DG508, which has an angle on its rubber boot is currently the most commonly used coil on most F150s. DG511 is the straight boot coil used on the 3 valve 5.4L V8 F150s. Our price and quality mix is hard to beat. The F150 with individual coil over plug system uses 8 different coils with rubber boots. The springs have ferrite inside of them to prevent RFI interference (that little static engine noise you hear in the radio speakers). In 1997, Ford introduced these coils to the F150 5.4L V8. The 4.6L V8 got the coil over plug system in 2000. In 2004, Ford changed the style slightly for the 5.4L V8 motor to the "DG511" style coils, which use a straight boot. The 4.6L V8 for the F150 continued to use the DG508 style coils with the slight bend all the way up until the 2009 year. Our coils have 5.5 ohms resistance and 35,000 volts output depending on the model. The DG511 was slightly changed over to DG521. The only difference was that DG521 uses brown boots that a just slightly longer than the black boot DG511. They were made this way to accommodate the spark plug design change from when Ford corrected the "Spark plug blow out" issue. 

Finding misfires in the F150 for many seems like a difficult task, but there are many ways to pinpoint a misfire. If there is a constant misfire, and the check engine light is on, the easiest way is to simply get a hold of an OBDII scanner, and plug it into the OBDII port. This is only done on 1996 and newer F150 trucks. Next, it will show you a code. Usually P0301 (cylinder 1 misfire) - P0308 (cylinder 8 misfire). If there is no check engine light and codes, but it is still misfiring slightly (surging or hiccuping-usually under load), there is still another way to find out where the misfire is coming from. What most people don't know about the F150, is that if the misfire is very seldom, the main computer will track and record the misfire, but it will not turn on the check engine light. We actually have a write up to help owners find these misfires. 

What if my F150 has a misfire, but has no check engine light on?

Most F150 owners are unaware that their PCM will store all misfires and will not always turn on a check engine light. The misfire needs to be greater than 2.3% of the firing cycle. Many owners report that they can still feel these occasional misfires. The way to find this is with an OBD II scanner with Mode 6 capability. These usually start at around $100 at some online retailers. While it may seem like much, it's nothing compared to chasing down a misfire by replacing parts without knowing exactly what is going on. See our guide on how to find these misfires.

Of course we are going to have ignition coils for the F150 trucks. The Ford F150 truck is the most popular truck in America. Well known for its capabilities in the work field, great ergonomics, and durability, it's no wonder it's the most popular truck in the USA. Select your year and engine size to find the correct ignition coils for your F150.


DG511 Ignition Coil - Araparts

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