Ignition coil on 1992 Ford Explorer

i just replaced my ignition coil on my explorer ,it ran good for one day then started acting funny.The rpm will go up but it acts like it is not getting enough gas could the new coil be bad?Also should I have reset the computer after I changed it?

by in De Leon Springs, FL on June 29, 2011
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ANSWER by on June 29, 2011
No computer resetting needed. If the RPM goes up, and you have no power, I am thinking of transmission issues. Is this an automatic transmission powered vehicle? If you are saying it's like it's not getting enough gas, have you checked fuel pressure? And lastly - sometimes a restricted exhaust (catalytic converter) can cause power issues. Another area to check.
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