You need to replace the Distributor cap and rotor. Be sure that the coil wire is not WHITE or RUSTED on the ends were they go in the cap and coil, If they are then replace the COIL and the plug wires too. Just be sure that you use Factory Parts not after market.
you have to buy a whole distributor. coil is not sold by itself
Replace it only if it becomes defective.
for the cost of a coil you should replace the whole unit... An a coil costs me about 280 dollars and takes about 2 hours to correctly install and pull a vacume on...I can buy the whole airhandler...with heat pup and electric heat 10kw for 350 and can install it in about 2 and a half hours done correctly with a vacume and using duct mastic ...not foil tape....have a great day and good luck...Donald Unless it is a furnace, then there is no airhandler and the only option is a new coil.
The coil needs replaced.
I have a 97 cavalier with a 95 engine and i had to replace the whole ignition module and the coil packs are 1/4 and 2/3 that's how they are numbered on the coil packs so 2 coil packs but make sure you know which one isn't firing to replace them and u will have to replace you spark plugs after that.
replace coil springs in a nissan 300zx
You have to replace the whole instrument cluster. Make sure you don't have a bad connection or a coil that is getting weak first.
You don't have to but it is recommended and a good idea to.
I believe you have to buy a whole new coil rail.
You need to replace the Distributor cap with a factory GM cap. be sure to check the coil wire where it goes into the coil, pull it out and it should be shiney on the end. If not replace coil and wire too. That will fix it.
coil is shorting out , replace the coil.
You should have C.O.P. ( coil on plug) there are no wires.
i need special tool for replace rear coil spring 1995 camaro?
you have a bad control module, and check that coil resistance, cause they will fire but not how it should!! should be a good strong blue spark, if not replace it!
Next time you replace the coil, test and if necessary replace the resistor.
Replace high tension coil wire. Probably time to replace all the spark plug wires.
No , unless the spring is damaged
To replace the strut you have to jack up the car on the side you want to do and take off the wheel. Then, take it loose from the strut tower on the top. There are 3 or 4 nuts. Then take it loose from the steering knuckle on the bottom. The whole strut assembly lifts out. To replace the coil you have to have a strut compressor. It compresses the coil spring so the top of the strut can come off. Once the top of the strut is exposed the coil can be taken off the strut.
You need to replace the distributor cap and rotor with factory A/C delco parts. That should fix your problem. You may also need to check the COIL wire at the top of the coil. You can check that by spraying water on the coil with a water bottle and see if it starts. If it don't start then REPLACE the coil and coil wire.
The coil packs should be low in the front if you have a V6( just follow the plug wires). Yes, they are easy to replace on every vehicle I have done.
you have to replace your spark plug wires there is a coil on each wire for each cylinder.
I would say that nothing causes a coil to overheat except for a bad coil, replace the coil and see what happens.
pull the coils out should be an 8mm bolt holding them in its an coil over system once coil is out get a long extension and you can remove them