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Cant get to the bottom bolt to remove coil
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bolt is torqued at 150 ft/lbs, normal thread.
Either you have a high torque impact wrench or you need a special tool to hold the pulley.
Make sure you get the timing belts markings correct before removing them. The balancer shaft belt can cause a lot of problem if not correctly installed.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2008
The coil on this model is mounted on the manifold and is sandwiched between a couple bolt nut combos and you need to remove them in an order and dont forget how they come off or you will spend and bit of time trying to find the right combination to work again. not hard just get stuff out of the way. You will find it fairly easy to take the inner engine cover off to gain a good access to the coil and mounts
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
the bolt sleeves are not meant to come off, if you have bought an OEM coil then they should slide straight into the 4 corner holes in the coil but I suspect you have bought a performance coil such as an MSD unit, which has copper sleeves in the holes already that need drilled out slightly to allow the stock sleeved bolts to fit, or as you say you can buy new unsleeved bolts and just use them. Dont tighten them enough to crack the casing of the coil, it is not necessary to have them dog-tight.
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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Unplug the wires from the injectors and the coils move out of the way . Use a 1/4 drive rachet and a short socket break the bolt loose turn out with your fingers. Reverse to install.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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