12... I put 12 on mine and got 27% increased gas mileage which in 2 months offset the cost
2 coils if it dose not hava a disterber cap
It depends on what engine yu have but on a lot of them it is under the coils. If your car has a dist it is inside.
IF IT IS A 4 CYL YOU PROBABLY HAVE A BAD CRANK SENSOR OR IGNITION MODULE.
Inside that flat cover on the very top of the engine.There are 2 inside that plastic housing,after you remove that assembly.
you take off the ignition coils on top of the valve cover there are 4 bolts you have to take off then pop off the ignition coil
On a 2.8l v6 it is at the front of the engine behind the ignition coils.
it is what the coils are mounted too.
There is 1 per cylinder.
Unplug the two wire connectors located above the ignition coils (one has two wires the other larger one has three wires, usually) remove the two ignition coils (4 X 5.5mm bolts). The module is located under the two coils (the coils plug directly into the module).
i have an 89 and it ran like it was on 5 cylinders.replaced 1 of 3 coils and fixed it yours might be diffrent tiigghhtt ssqueeezeee.
There is a total of 4 ignition coils.
The coils are bolted to the ignition control module, there is no coil wire as such.
bad fuse,bad coils, bad ignition modual
Check Ignition Coils Check Ignition Coils
I have a '98 with 2.2L and mine is distributorless. Instead, it has ignition coils.
Ignition coils can go bad with age. They can also be damaged by a bad alternator putting out improper or unclean voltages.
There is about three ignition coils , one for each 2 valves ...
I have a Lumina too and most commonly its 3 coil packs
Check to make sure there is power going to your coils from your ignition switch.
It's a tough call, but the one we did a couple of months ago, had a bad computer. It would run good for a few minutes, and then start running rough, as if there was a load being placed on the engine. Then of course, it would cough and die. Have you checked the ignition module? It's the plate that the coils sit on, that has the wires connected to it. Most junk yards sell the complete coil pack (mount, ignition module and both coils) for 25-35.00 $.
it is next to the coils at the rear of the engin between the tranmission and the engin
The ignition module and coils are located on the lower passenger side of engine block. It is best to access from underneath.
The easiest way to test ignition coils on a 1992 Mustang 2.3 is to use an ohmmeter on the leads going into the coils.
The ignition module is located under the three ignition coils. The same bolts that hold the coils in place also retain the module to the mounting bracket. To find the coils, follow the ignition wires from the front of the engine to where they attach at the rear. The wires clip to the coils.
The ignition module is under the ignition coils The coils are bolted to the frt of the transmission housing. Follow the ignition wires to the coils The coils are bolted to the module underneath The module control spark to the spark plugs. It sends the required signal to the coil as to when to fire t then fires and "sends" the spark through the ignition wire to the spark plug