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Hi guys, Ihave a 99 GT 4.6 SOHC.
I bought this car recently and have been doing some work to it.
I beleive i have a bad coil so i started looking for one and i really dont know which part # i am looking for because the car has different # coils in it.

The top #'s are the same EE03A
But then the next set of #'s are either
1L2U-12A366-AA
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F7TU-12A388-CB
Any info is greatly appreciated.
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here you go. this is for my ZIP code, so just change it to yours at the top of the page...
 

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Congrats on the new car.
 

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Thanks guys, but my question is are those two part #'s correct for my car or should i just replace all of them.
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Here are some more numbers I've found on Ford COPs...

F7TU-12A366-AB, F7TU-2A366-BA, F7TZ012029-BA, F7TZ-1029-CC,
F7TZ-1029-CC, F7TZ-12029-AB, FZTZ-12029-CA,
I2LU-12A388-AA, IL-2Z-12029-AA

FWIW all 8 OEM COPs on my '03 GT were labeled I2LU-12A366-AA (I've got a set of Accel COPs now that I got cheap at a show in Daytona).

As far as I can tell they are functionally the same, or will at least work--I am pretty sure they are the equivalent of manufacturing "batch" numbers. That said however I'm anal enough that I'd probably want a matched set.
 
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