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It normally wouldn't, however, I'm thinking the problem might have been the wiring connector to the coil wasn't making a good connection (or possibly causing an intermittent connection), which was causing the misfire. When the coils was changed around, a good connection was re-established, which allowed the coil to fire regularly once again. This is just a ...


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I had the same problem was turning the key and nothing happened it was dead. So I took negative terminal off battery and put it back on and started fine. Then it happened again and it turned out to be the earth lead running to the body of the car, cleaned it up and put it back on and hasn't happened since. Great car on fuel but that's about it the paint is ...


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My bet is, your battery is too dead to run the engine, which could be caused from a bad alternator. You can check the voltage at the battery using a digital multimeter (DMM). It should be around 12.5vdc or better. If it is less than this, try charging it and seeing if that allows you to start and run the engine. If it doesn't take a charge, then you'll need ...


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Check the starter motor is it well attached to the bell housing i once experienced the same problem but on a Mercedes Benz and later found out i had loose starter bolts. If it bolted nice and tight then the problem might be within the starter motor maybe a faulty starter solenoid . Then check all the wiring harness


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If the bulbs are different and I assume HID from what you wrote, then yes there are differences. You will need the HID driver units and possibly associated wiring - which may also need changes or upgrades in the fuse box. There is also usually wiring and control for anti-dazzling to be fitted - if you don’t then it can fail subsequent inspections... Could ...


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If you mean the part with GC stamped in it then that is part of the carrier for the camshaft and the marks are not a problem. The camshaft you can see a small part, middle lowest part of pic with a polished surface and a silvery edge on the righthand side.


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