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I changed the coil twice and I bought both coils from napa, I had no trouble for ten years and now I can't keep a coil in it. I wonder if I getting the wrong coil from the parts store?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blown coil fuse
IG fuse powers: daytime running lamps(DRL) module; transaxle control module; A/C amplifier; main, fuel pump, and radiator fan relays; alternator; heated oxygen sensor; ignition coil, ignition noise suppressor; sensing and diagnostic module(airbag); audio alarm module; and just about every gage and light in the instrument panel; so there are no usual suspects. The best you can do is try to rule out these components one by one. There is a breaker you can buy that plugs in the fuse hole, that way you can **** around with it without wasting three dozen fuses.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
It sounds like a Crank Sensor to me. They often fail with a little heat and will start working again after they cool off for a while. It is common for them to mess-up and cause stalling without setting any fault codes. yours is located in the transmission bell housing.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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