Question about 2002 Lincoln LS
It could also be the fact that the coils cost $50 a piece x 8 or 6 cylinders and you have to take apart a bit of the top of the engine to get to them (i had to make a special tool to get to one of the stinkin bolts) so if you take it to a dealer or anything and get a plugs ($8 platinum) and coils tune up it adds up quick as you can see, labor 2-3hrs at 95 bucks or something crazy = $600.00, thats luxury ;) I have one also
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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It's probably the timing belt in which case you should also have them change the water pump at the same time!
If you break a timing belt on the road it could kill your engine!
When the timing belt breaks on some cars the engine gets killed costing a lot more money to repair the whole engine while on others the engine is spared!
What is your Make, Model, Year?
Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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