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MSD Street Fire Coil Packs; Black (11-16 5.0L F-150)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey, guys, Sara with And today, we have the MSD Street Fire Coil Packs, fitting the 2011 through 2016 5.0-Liter F150s. These coil packs feature a durable construction and a black finish that is built to last and they come in a pack of eight. These coil packs feature efficient winding ratios that are gonna increase your performance, your horsepower and torque, as well as your fuel mileage. They also feature an emissions code of 1, meaning that they will be legal on emissions controlled vehicles. These MSD coil packs are gonna come in at just under $300, making them a lot better option for your budget than an OEM replacement. So if it's time to replace your coil packs on your truck or you're just looking for a performance upgrade, these are definitely a great choice. This install should take approximately one hour to complete and I'm giving it a two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. These MSD coils feature a direct plug and play installation. They are gonna work with your stock connectors and hardware. All right, so with that said, we're gonna go ahead and jump right into our install. For this install, you will need a 3/8ths drive ratchet, an extension, an 8-millimeter socket, and a flathead screwdriver. All right, so the first step in our uninstall is to remove the coil pack connector. Now you can do this by hand but I find it's a little bit easier to use a flathead and persuade the connector off.So, with your flathead, you wanna get under this red tab and just gently push upwards. Again, you wanna be as gentle as possible here because these are a little bit old and they could break. Once that is up, you can either press on here with your finger or gently with the flathead and use your other hand to pry it off. Next, you're gonna wanna remove this 8-millimeter bolt from your coil pack. And we're gonna use a 3/8ths ratchet with our 8-millimeter socket and I like an extension, just makes it a little easier, especially if you have a lifted truck. Now we're just gonna gently pull back on the coil pack and it should pop right up. Okay. Now we're gonna repeat the process on the next coil pack. Okay. Then you're just gonna press on this black tab and pull off your connector. Okay. Next, we're gonna grab our 8-millimeter socket on our ratchet and extension, and loosen this 8-millimeter bolt. Since we have the cylinder in front of this open still, you just wanna be super careful with any hardware that's in the engine bay right now that you don't drop it down there because you will have to go fishing for it. So once the bolt's out, you can just loosen this coil pack and pull it right out. Now we're gonna continue on the other two coil packs that are on this side. Okay. So, just for safety purposes, these bolts look a little rusty to me. We're just gonna hit them with a little PB B'laster to ensure that they don't break coming out.Again, we don't wanna be stuck doing a valve cover in addition. Okay. So, like the other side, we're gonna take our flathead and push up on this red tab gently so that we don't break it or take it off completely. Okay, once that's up, you can use your hand or you can just use the flathead and just push down gently on the black tab and pull upwards. Okay. Now that our connector is detached, we can go ahead and grab our 8-millimeter socket and ratchet and take off this bolt. Now that our bolt is out, we can grab our coil pack and just pull straight out. Okay. Now that we have all of our coil packs removed from this side, we can go ahead and install our new coil packs. I just like to double-check that there is nothing down our spark plug hole and there's not. We can go ahead and line it up nice and straight. You wanna make sure that the end of this is seated nicely over the spark plug. And we can grab our bolt and tighten it down. Now we can reconnect our connector. Once you hear the click, you should be good and remember to push down on this red tab as well. Okay. So we're gonna repeat the exact same process with all the rest of these coil packs on this side. And then once we are finished this side, we're going to move on to the other side.Okay. Now that we are done with all the coil packs on our passenger side, we can go ahead and move on to the driver side. We're gonna start with this back one here. Just wanna double-check that the spark plug hole is clear and that the spark plug is seated on this coil pack or vice versa as coil pack is seated on the spark plug. Go ahead and put our bolt in. Okay. Now that our bolt is in, we're gonna grab our connector, just like on the other side, push it on until it clicks. Make sure to push our red tab down. All right, on to our final one. Once it's seated, we can grab our bolt and get started, and then grab our ratchet and go ahead and tighten it down. And finally, our last connector, ensuring it clicks and our red tab down. We should be all set. All right, so that is gonna do it for the review and install of our MSD Coil Packs. Make sure you keep it at for all things Ford.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Improves Horsepower and Torque
      • Increases Fuel Economy
      • For Use with OEM Connectors
      • Direct Replacement for OE Parts
      • Durable Construction
      • Emissions Rating: 1
      • Efficient Winding Ratios
      • Straightforward Installation
      • One-Year Limited Warranty
      • Sold as a Set of 8
      • Fits All 2011-2016 5.0L Ford F-150 Models


      Ensure Proper Performance. If your F-150's ignition coils are bad, you may experience engine noise, low power, backfiring, and other unwanted effects. Swap out your faulty OEM coils with a set of MSD Street Fire Coil On Plugs for improved performance and a better-quality driving experience. These Coils are designed to be used with your OEM connectors for a convenient installation.

      Sturdy Craftsmanship. These Ignition Coils are made with durable materials, so they last a long time. Efficient winding ratios further enhance the performance of these coils, which are done in classic black and come as a pack of 8. These Ignition Coils have an emission code of 1 and are legal for use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles.

      Straightforward to Install. This set of Ignition Coils is ready for installation right out of the box. On average, the installation only takes about an hour thanks to the convenient direct-fit design.

      Warranty Details. MSD backs this 8-piece set of Ignition Coils with a 1-year warranty. Refer to the manufacturer’s warranty documentation for complete terms and conditions.

      Application. This MSD Street Fire Coil On Plug Set in Black fits all 2011-2016 5.0L Ford F-150 models.

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      Customer Reviews (9)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.4 out of 5 overall rating from 9 customers

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      • May 17, 2020

        5 2011 XLT - MikeD89 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Working great

        Bought the truck with 62000 wanted to change/upgrade my coils. There doing great. Trucks running awesome. I highly recommend America trucks and American muscule. If a coil dies of ur truck isn't running smooth get these before buying a stock coil

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      • May 06, 2020

        5 2011 XLT - JM Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        MSD Coil Packs

        These were simple plug and play. Worked great for a tired motor along with a plug change right at 100k. Definitely worth the money.

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      • April 26, 2020

        5 2015 XLT - RevvvupJo50 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Bang for the buck

        Wakes up my high mileage 2015 V8 @140,000... Power is still there at high RPM... And gain 2miles to the gallon at hwy speeds...

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      • April 23, 2020

        1 2013 XLT - Smc72


        Just junk!!! Had them for 6 months and 2 coils fouled out code 300 and 304 not worth the money!

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      • April 06, 2020

        5 2011 XLT - Jwebb Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        2011 f150 5.0

        Great plugs. Easy install. Can really tell a difference.

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      • April 06, 2020

        5 2011 - GrayRay Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Coil Packs for my 2011 F-150

        I ordered the MSD Street Fire Coil Packs and they were shipped promptly. I received them in great condition and on time. Installing them was not difficult with the exception of 2 broken off 5mm diameter hold down bolts, but that is a FORD problem. I wasn't able to remove the broken off pieces, but I was able to make my own hold down brackets, securing each down by utilizing the adjacent hold-down bolts. It all worked well in the end, an that is always a good thing! The coil packs are fantastic, restored power back to my engine.

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      • January 09, 2020

        5 2014 STX - littlemo Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


        very easy just be carefull taking the old ones off not to break the clips

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      • May 05, 2019

        4 2013 XLT - CraigL Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Msd street fire coils

        Truck runs great smoother little more power worth the money

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      • February 07, 2019

        5 2012 - CelsoEduardoP Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour


        Good quality I like it. .

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      Questions & Answers (3 answers)

      3 Top Rated Questions

      are these a higher voltage rating then OEM

      what is the voltage of the coil output? are they the same as stock with MSD marketing thrown in for added cost?

      Why would I spend more than twice the price of oem equipment for this?

      • These are an upgrade to your stock oem plugs, this is why they cost more. They are an easy installation because they will still work with your stock connectors.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (8) Ignition Coils

      Will It Fit My F-150

      • 5.0L V8 - 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

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