Ford F-150 owners have reported 17 problems related to ignition coils failure (under the electrical system category).
While traveling a long duration at a consistent mph, low rpm, and low turbo boost pressure I began to climb a hill where more acceleration was needed to maintain mph. At time the vehicle rapidly slowed, engine light cam on, tried to add throttle to stay out of the way of approaching traffic but just continued to slow. This happened while traveling from las vegas nevada to reno nevada. I replaced the ignition coils and that solved the problem only to have it happen again in less than 5k miles in the same driving conditions.
See all problems of the 2011 Ford F-150.
While getting on the highway and accelerating, my truck began to shake and lose power. I took it in to the shop afterwards and they had to replace all spark plugs and 1 ignition coil. After researching this, I found out this has been an issue on several 2011 - 2013 model eco boost. Please force a recall, as I do not feel I need to pay for something Ford is responsible for.
See all problems of the 2012 Ford F-150.
When trying to back out of my driveway, the truck made a loud popping sound from the engine. When I raised the hood, I could smell unburnt fuel. I then did some research online and found out that this could be a blown spark plug from the cylinder head. I have read many forums and talked to several mechanics about the symptoms I have experienced. All have said this is a very common problem with this engine and other Ford engines. I called Ford motor CO. And they were not aware of any problems with this engine. My local dealer was aware of the problem and therefore stock plenty of ignition coils on hand. This repair is estimated to cost me $400. Ford should be responsible for this cost, no questions asked.
See all problems of the 2000 Ford F-150.
I have a Ford f150 and within the last 4 months I have had 3 ignition coils/spark plugs go up in it. I called Ford and they told me it has been a problem and to hold onto my reciepts in case there is a recall in the future. While I was at our local Ford dealership getting my truck worked on they also told me they have had a lot of fl50s coming in with the same problem do you know if there will be a recall on the f150 ignition coils/spark plugs ?.
See all problems of the 2003 Ford F-150.
I have a Ford f150 and within the last 4 months I have had 3 ignition coils go up in it I called Ford and they told me it has been a problem and to hold onto my receipts incase there is a recall in the future while I was at our local Ford dealership getting my truck worked on they also told me they have had a lot of fl50s coming in with the same problem do you know if there will be a recall on the f150 ignition coils ? thank you for your time.
2000 F-150 Ford 5. 4 liter continues to have problems with the #5 ignition coil keeps misfiring. I've had this problem dx by my local mechanic over three years and he has repaired it. It cost just utter $200 each time to fix it. I have receipts. Today he said to contact the dealer to see it there is a recall.
My 2006 Ford f 150 with a 4. 6 lt v-8 factory installed spark plug came out damaging the ignition coil and starting a small fire.
See all problems of the 2006 Ford F-150.
First noticed ticking noise in my 2004 5. 4l 3v v8 engine. Oil was at correct level. I went down a road I routinely go, and started hearing a very loud clanking. Spark plug blew out of the hole and now trying to fix. Hopefully wont have to replace the head. Apparently I am not the only owner of this engine with the same problem!! this is just the one cylinder, but I have 7 more! am I going to have to do this with all of them? I had to have it towed to the only people who will try to fix it. Other repair stations say they wouldn't touch it and that they had, or have been threatened by, a lawsuit from the vehicles owner. This has already cost me the replacement of the ignition coil, a an expensive spark plug, and a lot of down time.
See all problems of the 2004 Ford F-150.
The contact owns a 2004 Ford f150. While driving 25 mph the engine shut off without warning and he was unable restart the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to the dealer and they stated that the #5 ignition coil caught fire and blew a relay fuse. The failure previously occurred with the #6 ignition coil. The failure mileage was 191,361 and the current mileage was 191,461.
The vehicle started to buck, and the service engine light came on. When he took vehicle to the dealership they told him that there moisture was getting into the ignition coils, causing them to rust. The consumer had one of the ignition coils replaced, in 6-05 and in 8-05, the consumer had taken vehicle back to the dealership for the same problem. They told him that it appeared that it was happening to two other cylinders. As of now he has not had the other two replaced. There were no other problems with the vehicle .
See all problems of the 2001 Ford F-150.
My 2002 f150 supercrew (1ftrw076x2kb58773) is getting the 3rd ignition coil replaced. 1st time @ 26,000 miles, 2nd @ 46,000 miles, and now @ 59,000. Each time tomball Ford has repaired the vehicle and the last two times I have had to pay for the repairs. I would like Ford to recall the ignition coil on this model and pay for my repairs.
See all problems of the 2002 Ford F-150.
My 1998 Ford f150 4x4 blew 3 coils within 3 months of each other, culminating with the ignition coil in August 2004. I contacted Ford and was told I was being put on a "recall list" in case others had complaints. When the coils blow, there is a horrible noise from the engine and an immediate loss of power due to the spark plug no longer igniting that cylinder for the engine to run off of. Luckily, I was able to pull over to the side of the road and call a wrecker without incident. All three coils were replaced and I still have receipts. I traded the vehicle in due to the numerous problems it began having.
See all problems of the 1998 Ford F-150.
Ignition coil misfiring, vehicle exhibited occasional miss fire. Upon cold start after sitting for several days plume of blue smoke from tail pipe was noticed. Dealer could not duplicate event but determined #1 ignition coil was firing at reduced capacity. Unit was replaced and incident of blue smoke at cold start has been reduced.
Ignition coils had to be replaced 5 times within the last year. When taken to get serviced, they could not determine the problem.
I own a 2000 Ford F-150 lightning. It blew several (3) spark plugs two months after purchasing it. The vehicle had approximately 16,000 miles and was still under warranty. The spark plugs and the ignition coil had to be replaced by the dealer.
Repeated ignition coils failed creating unsafe driving conditions. Also brought in on several times to be fixed to be told dealer could not find the problem until I was left stranded several times. On the first time of two coils going while I was driving the hubcaps came offand tires went loose.
The ignition coil went out continuously, which caused the vehicle to loose power. The dealer has replaced the ignition coil four times and the vehicle is being repaired again for the coil.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||
|Underhood Wiring problems||
|Fuses And Circuit Breaker problems||
|Instrument Panel problems||
|Horn Assembly problems||
|Dash Wiring problems||