Easy. The front three coils are under the plastic 3000 badge on the front cylinder head. There is a single 10mm bolt holding in each coil. Once the bolt is removed disconect the wire attached to the the top, and the coil comes out. The rear coils are not under anything, but are harder to get to with all the other stuff back there. Removal is the same as the front three.
The most common cause that will trigger the P1320 code is the ignition coils. One or more ignition coils may have failed.
Follow the ignition coils from the spark plugs to the distributor then follow the wires from there to the transisitor unit. it should be marked with an X
The fron three are located under the plate that says Nissan, 3000, etc.... then there are tree ignition coils with 2 screws on each, with those remove you will reveal the spark plugs, they are down about 12-16 in. Then for the other three look futher back for the same type of ignition coils when located reove the and repeat the cycle.
Disconnect the battery. Remove the ignition coils. Remove the ignition control module that was under the coils, and replace it.
It costs $4,500 to $5,000 to replace ignition coils on a land rover 09 LR two
I work at a Nissan dealership & a technician says this is the code for the ignition coils
Pull the plastic cover off the top (head) of your engine the coils are lined up on the top of your engine. Next you will need to unplug the coils from the connecting wires. After you unplug them you can simply pull the ignition coils out and replace them with your new ones.
Unplug ignition coils one at a time until you find the one that doesn't effect the rpm's.That's the one that's bad.
take the air filter housing off on left side the ignition coils
It costs about $240 to replace ignition coils on a land rover 09 LR.
There is a total of 4 ignition coils.
They are under the ignition coils. 5/8" socket and 8 " extension.
where is coil d located on 2006 toyota avalon
I just got quoted $1,200 for 6 coils & plugs on the 2005 Escape. Ugh.
remove the ignition coils on the intake and they are underneath it. your vehicle has distributorless ignition, therfore there aren't any spark plug wires, instead it has individual ignition coils with the spark plugs directly underneath them.
* Disconnect the negative battery cable * Disconnect the ignition coil electrical connector * Remove the the coil mounting screws and pull the coil up with a twisting motion
i think it cuse by body ground
Should be about 4-6 bolts holding the coils down to the ignition module, unscrew them bolts and then pull the coils up from ignition module, but disconnect your ground to your battery first and with precise placement, the plug wires as well
take off the distributor cap see what you find.
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No, what you have to do is buy a front coil and a rear coil because the two are slightly different. If you have a scan tool, you can interchange the front and rear coils until the 1320 ignition code is gone.
"Ignition" is a system, of which the coils, spark plugs, wires and other components are a parts of. You need to be more specific with your question.