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Old 07-08-2003, 12:22 PM   #1
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Well i just finished testing the coil packs, here are the numbers i got
pack 1-4 primary 1.0 ohms secondary 6.3k
pack 2-5 primary 1.0 ohms secondary 6.7k
pack 6-3 primary 1.0 ohms secondary 6.3k

now those numbers seem to be ok, only problem i ran into was pack 2-5 seems to have a crack in it. i don't know if that is the one causing the problem, but it seems to have checked out ok with the multi-meter. I still have a miss. mabey it is time to save up for some wires?? i just put iridium plugs in. I also went to the dealer and bought 2 bottles of superchager oil, at 4.50cnd dollers, not bad, the only problem i have is some idiot has mangled that crap out of the filler screw. so i have to go and get some easy outs and either go to canadian tire and mach up the plug with something in the plumbing department or order a new one from g.m., any suggestions on any of this guys?? any input would be great.
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I keep about three extra plugs around at all times. The dealer usually has to special order them, and I also get them from GM parts direct.

Do not drill through the plug. You do not want to get anything foreign, like metal shavings, inside the supercharger.
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That coil pack with the crack is interesting......try driving the car and get it good and hot, then check the resistances again. You may be having a heat-related problem with it.
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