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How do you troubleshoot coil packs on 91 Beretta 4-cylinder?

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2005-12-11 08:49:57
2005-12-11 08:49:57

Pull the plug wires and one plug, plug the plug into the wire and hold it to the block crank the car over if no spark the coils or the ICM is bad

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