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What would cause cylinder 2 and 3 work correctly but no spark on 1 and 4 coils are good what could cause this would it be the module or the computer?


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2006-04-10 03:25:52
2006-04-10 03:25:52

Trust me your 1/4 coil is junk. you dont need all three


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