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Why would the ignition coil in a 1989 4 cylinder 2.5 liter Chevy S10 keep burning up?


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2004-07-26 10:26:44
2004-07-26 10:26:44

Hey Tia== Make sure they are replacing it with the correct coil. Then have them check the voltag going to the coil . It should be about 8 NOT 12volts. It has a resistance wire cutting down the voltage. GoodluckJoe

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