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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have a mechanic check the timing on the car if its off you should know it will make a definite click ticking sound that increases with the rpm and also check the position of the coil on the camshaft!
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
If the other two coils are working fine yet the other coil won't work at all [no spark out of either tower] then odds are that the ignition module that the coils are mounted on is bad. Often the module will be damaged when a coil or plug wire goes bad and the extremely high spark voltage finds an alternative path back home which is often through the body of the module This high voltage can damage the electronic components inside the module enough that it may no longer be able to drive the coil. Never hurts to double check your plug wires by substituting a couple of known good ones or swap one of the other coils around with this one but if you still don't have any spark after doing all that then it's most likely the module that's bad. Hope this helps a bit and good luck!
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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