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Old 08-20-2004, 08:38 PM   #1
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Will a one piece coil fit a type 2 icm, the one with the three coils, and will it work properly?

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No. You need the 3 seperate coils. If you suspect a bad coil, there'* a coil pack troubleshooting guide in Techinfo (link at the top of this page). Test them hot and cold.
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i dont suspect a coil problem, i just replaced it days ago, i might go with the 3 coils though, its supposedly a better application.

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