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Be sure of proper plug wires to coil pack. If you think a plug is not firing pull the wire from the coil pack and use jumper from cpk to very close to chassis ground. If coil no spark then look at module to coil pk.30$@ salvage. If think test is good put wire back to module then pull wire from plug insert screw driver in wire hold close to chassis and spin ...


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Changing the plugs is just fine. Coils are not maintenance. They are replaced as they fail. You might find it more beneficial to find the maintenance schedule for this vehicle and catch up on the routine maintenance that has also been neglected such as transmission fluid change, brake fluid change, coolant system flush and timing belt replacement (if it has ...


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Effectively speaking, some automotive parts slowly wear or fail in a way that is predictable. For instance, we know that oil filters collect debris over time, so it's easy to predict when you will need to replace those parts based on how old they are or how many miles you have driven. For these parts, even if they seem to be working okay right now, you can ...


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