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can i buy just this wire and what would it be called

spark plug ignition wire or what?

how much is it?

 

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you can buy it but i dont know it you can buy it separately
 

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at least thats all they did, dont suppose you have your old set laying around or maybe someone you know that has a 5.0 has an old one.

i think id rather have someone do that then anyhting, usually its breaking a window or slashing a tire. if you could only catch them doing it..
 

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NBA it's ****ing bad when gene ever knows what the wire is called*LOL*and you don't
 

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haha well i know thats the coil but didnt figure it would be coil wire i dont no

i guess i could steal the one of the 41 ford can i not buy that wire seperatley?
 

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but really.....how did it get stolen
 

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his father took it off the car so he wouldn't drive it.

and you would have to buy a new set of wires nba. you can't buy singles.
 

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can i buy just this wire and what would it be called

spark plug ignition wire or what?

how much is it?

coil wire and you are teh dumbness here lately!:D
 

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why not go steal it back from your dad's purse
 

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HAHAHA, that's why you should take the rotor out, not as obvious. If so equiped, you can partially pull out the connector for the TFI module as well.

NBA, if you still want to drive the car, rig up one of the spark plug wires and use it for a coil wire, it may run a little rough but 7 cylinders is better than none.
 

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i just took the one of the 41 ford which is pretty much mine also because im the only one who ever starts it and he will never know
 

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The one from the 41 will not work unless it was updated to the newer style coil packs. I forget the actual model year but the earlier ones were designed for the current to only flow in one direction, not both ways like the later models. You will end up either cracking the plugs or possibly changing the firing order, neither are good. It may run for a while and you can try putting the wire on the other direction but I would not do it. I think one way to know if you have the wrong wire is if it "clicks" when you attach it to the distributor. Look for a part number on the wire and search google. My uncle ruined his ignition system that way so I know it does happen.
 
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