Individual ignition coils are used in the new F150. "Coil on plugs," "coil packs," and "COPS"(coil on plug system) are all terms used to describe these ignition coils. These are a common Ford F150 truck ignition system part that must be replaced eventually. If one malfunctions, it is best to replace all eight coils if they're more than 6 years old. This is because they all wear in the same atmosphere, environment, and driving circumstances. Changing a single coil in a car that is less than 5 years old will allow the car to still operate, but in older vehicles, many customers have reported several old coils failing in succession after the first.
These ignition coils for the Ford F150 come in 2 different styles. The angled rubber boot Ford F150 coil pack is currently the most frequently utilized coil on most F150s. Also utilized on 3-valve 5.4L V8 F150s, the straight boot coil is for Ford F150 the alternative option. Eight separate coils with rubber boots are used in the coil pack for Ford F150 5.4L 4.6L with individual coil over plug system. To avoid RFI interference, the springs contain ferrite inside them (the static motor sounds coming from the speakers on the radio).
Ford introduced these coils to coil pack F150 5.4L 4.6L in 1997. In the year 2000, the 4.6L V8 got the coil over the plug system. Ford modified the design of the 5.4L V8 engine coils to straight boot-type coils in 2004. Until 2009, the 4.6L V8 for the F150 used the angled design coils with the minor bend. Depending on the model, our coils have a resistance of 5.5 ohms and a voltage output of 35,000 volts. The only distinction was that the angled ignition coil with brown boots is somewhat longer than the black boots used by the straight coil. They are designed to allow modifications while keeping the Ford "spark plug blow out" issue in mind.