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Old 10-22-2003, 07:19 PM   #11
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the module is easy to replace. take off the coils and the bolt in the connector on the end and lift it off. the coils hold it in place. they go for about 125-180, depending on the quality you get.
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Ok i just replaced plugs, and plug wires. When i put another coil on there, What if it does fire.. then what?
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see if the same coil post misfires again, if it does then its in the module
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Ok... i just replaced the plugs and wires, and the same ignition coil. So if it misfires agian sometime i need to just replace the modual right? And do the coils have ground wires or something else that it could be?
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they just have the plug term. and the ones on the bottome of the coil. if it does it again on the same one, replace the module
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Ok.. i got this problem fixed a long time ago, just thought i would update on what the problem was. It turned out to be a bad spark pulg wire. Some how it was misfireing and blowing out the coil on the first cylinder. All fixed now though.
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