You have to take off the distibutor cap. You should be able to see the coil immediately. Then you unscrew the bolts connecting the wires and the unscrew the ones on the bottom. They're hard to get to so you might have to take a hose or two off to reach it better. If you can't get it out you might have to take the distributor itself out which sucks because you have to be careful about the timing. If the timing is off, the car will backfire when it's started. After you get the coil off, replace it with the new one, hook up the wires again and put the cap back on. Don't forget to disconnect the battery while you do this.
follow the wire from the top of the distribtor cap back to it's sourcr. That's the coil. remove , replace
No. The coil is the piece at the other end of the wire that comes out of the center of the distributor cap.
May not be your car, but proceedure same http://forums.travel.com/toyota-camry-forum/617282-1993-toyota-camry-4-cylinder-ignition-coil.html Hope it helps
you suck it up
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