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Old 08-21-2003, 04:52 PM   #21
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That'* not the least of it. Today as I was leaving for lunch, the repair I made to my power antenna failed, and my auto climate control set a fault and wouldn't let the AC compressor come on. Sweated through the drive to lunch with my lunch date cuz I couldn't remember which buttons to enter diagnostics.

After lunch (just now), I printed Fuddyduddy'* procedure and went out there. Code 48, long-term freon loss. Right. It was ice-cold yesterday. Just cleared the code and it works fine.
Lol that seems odd.... but funny for me not for you none the less..
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I dont know the difference in coils but the MSD coils should work for you.
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Who'* got the part number and the best source/price?
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MSD-8224 i think thats the right coils.
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So what I wanna know NOW, is if the 96-99 SC coil is similar to the MSD, as in HOTTER.

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GM PART # 10477602
CATEGORY: Ignition Coil
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $61.14
OUR PRICE: $30.57
DESCRIPTION: COIL
Because they're 10 bucks cheaper.
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