Q: Q: Engine problems

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For the past 2 yrs I have been changing ignition coils and even an uptake hose on the back of the motor. My Eddie Bauer Expedition has over 175000 miles on it. Now it is vibrating, running rough, and a green miniature clock looking icon is flashing on the dash. The engine light is on and reads as an engine misfire. I'm curious at the life expectancy of this truck and should i invest in getting the engine looked at?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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