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Replacing coil packs


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#1 honu

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Posted 05 November 2004 - 10:21 PM

Aloha all: Just wondering if replacing coil packs is difficult my dealer wants $500 which to me is a bit much. Well is there any special problems. i can change cv joints and rotors brakes and stuff like that with no prob. I do not know whhere the darned coil packs are. Well take care Mahalo george

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Posted 05 November 2004 - 10:47 PM

http://autozone.com/...23d801c5909.jsp

For $500 I'll do it, if you want to wait until January.
It's under the plastic engine cover on the intake maifold on a '91. Your's should be about the same.
Might want to grab a couple of beers as it will take about 5 minutes to change.

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Posted 05 November 2004 - 11:10 PM

Aloha seven: Figured was easy just needed to know where. I agree a bit much I bought plug wires and coil packs for $180. probaly still too much but i'm happy. Mahalo George

http://autozone.com/...23d801c5909.jsp

For $500 I'll do it, if you want to wait until January.
It's under the plastic engine cover on the intake maifold on a '91. Your's should be about the same.
Might want to grab a couple of beers as it will take about 5 minutes to change.






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