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2.3 Coil pack

Is there a replacement interval for the coil pack on the DOHC 2.3 engines? I got a 2010 Ranger with about 67,000 miles and I was curious if maybe I should think about replacing the coil at around 100,000?
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Thats what I figured. Ive been good about being on time with plug/wire intervals but I just wanted to see if there was a mileage limit. So its something that doesn't need attention unless it goes bad?
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