I don't know the cost of the part, but the labor is easy enough to do at home. the hardest thing about it is the visual angle with the intake manifold in the way. They are located bahind the engine about half way down and are bolted on by three 13 mm bolts and the two wiring connectors. one of the three bolts also holds a small vacuum control, no big deal though. Just remember to reattach the plug wires to the right coils. simply follow from plug to coil then attach.
the ignition coil on a 2004 chevy cavalier is the black part on top of the engine were it says eco 2.2 but its not hard to miss its very easy to change as well
I had that happen n I changed my plugs n coil pack...easy to do
I think that ir's located on the backside of the motor, under the manifold. Follow the plug wires. They will run right to it.
you have to tap into the coil wires the negative wire on the coil plug.
Unplugging the coil wire and not grounding it, yes that can damage the coil.
If theres a miss fire on a cylinder you check engine light will tell you.. Switch the coil from that cylinder to another and siwtch that coil to the cylinder that the computer says is missifing. If the cylinder you put your suspected coil on miss fires then you know its a bum coil.
it is located behind the coil packs
In the back by the coil pack.
it does not have a distributor , it has coil packs
under the coil packs and the coil packs are connected to the spark plug wires
4...under the coil cover
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It's either timing or valves way out of adjustment if it isonly the 2 cylinder not firing try changing the coil pack for 1 and 3 with 2and4 then ifcylinder2and4 act up replaice the coil pack
how do you put spark wires in the right place on the coil pack on a 1995 Chevy cavalier2.2 frank
no distributor or spark plug wires its a coil pack on the top of the engine.
How do you change a coil pack on a 1997 cavalier
No...The stock coil-overs won't allow it.
a bad wire or a bad coil to cylinder 5.
1-3-4-2 is the firing order. Coil on the left is 4 then 1. Coil on the right is 3 then 2.
Its located up and alittle to the right of coil packs on back side of block
see if the coil is sparking to the distributor cap
It is found beneath the intake manifold directly under the coil packs.
Under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted on front of engine above valve cover is ignition coil
13542 Ok, so if I need to replace the #2 coil which cylinder is it?