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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-30-2012, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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With 5 days before I start holidays my 2006 f250 5.4 L with 204147 km had the check enging light came on so I borrowed a code reader and the code is p0352 ignition coil b primary/secondary , was wondering if anybody can steer me in the right direction to fix this problem. thanks for any help you might be able to offer.
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welcome to fordtough.ca, sorry to hear about the tough luck, but hopefully you'll be 100% before your vacation starts.

No mechanic, but I'd suggest finding ignition coil b and replacing it, or checking it out at the least.

What issues have you had with the truck since it threw the code ??

Might be easier to diagnose the problem if you gave an idea of how it was running after the problem occurred......

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What SVT said, but I'd disconnect the coil pack first, clean the connections (and put some dielectric grease on them), reconnect, clear the code, and see if it comes back. It may be that simple?

Or not.

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What SVT said, but I'd disconnect the coil pack first, clean the connections (and put some dielectric grease on them), reconnect, clear the code, and see if it comes back. It may be that simple?

Or not.
x2 My suggestion would have been to check the screws holding the coils down for dirt/corrosion. Then check the electrical connections.

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Thanks , I was trying to change the plugs but can't figure out how to get the dust cover off to gain access to remove the spark plugs. Thanks for all the help.
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