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Old 03-15-2011, 18:37   #1 (permalink)
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p0352 for those who dont know it is for ignition signal coil B fault. thec car has 6 new plugs and i replaced the coil for that cylinder. the car still has a miss. trouble shooting i found high resistance between the plug to the coil and battery ground. that high resistance went away when i unplugged the ECM.

i checked continuity between the ECM plug and coil B and that was good. i did the same check for the other coils and they all checked out the same. what are the chances that the ECM is bad. it this a known fault for the fusion.

by the way. the car is a 07 with 63K. v-6 3.0
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Old 03-18-2011, 19:47   #2 (permalink)
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I would say you hit it on the head if your wiring from you pcm to your coil is ok(no shorts to ground or power or high resistance) than it sounds like you coil driver in you pcm is shot its more common than you think
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