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Coil pack needs to be replaced

The car starts when the engine is cold, but not when it's hot. I've been told it's the coil pack, but I don't know what it looks like or where it's located. Can you help?

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Your car wouldn't have any spark at all if your coil pack was bad. And your car either has a distributor or its coil on plug meaning each spark plug has its own ignition coil.

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