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1996 Sierra ext cab pickup. What causes the ignition coil to melt?


Too much current will cause the wiring and coil to melt. Need to find out why the current is so high so as to cause this.
If voltage is too high that will cause the hassle

Amperage = voltage/resistance. If voltage is higher and resistance stays level the current flow thru circuit goes up. Causes heat buildup and eventual meltdown in bad case.

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What is causing my coil packs to burn out and melt repetitively on my jeep liberty 03?


for coils to burn or melt indicates excessive current flow through them
have voltage checks done wiring as there may be a problem in the ignition module that is allowing excessive current to the packs

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I have a 2006 jetta 2.5 an the ignition coil on cylinder number 2 always keeps melting, and a fuse always keeps blowing in the fuse box under the hood, the car will not start when the fuse is blown, but...


seems like perhaps that coils location is too close to the manifold which if the timing is not correct gets hotter than all get out ,like fire red hot see if you can add a heat shield under/ between the coil and manifold

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I have a 84 camaro with hei distributor motor is a 69 camaro 350 i keep melting the wires on the coil put new coil in car runs good for an hour or so then gets warm and melts wires and stall also did new...


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My 1995 toyota tacoma is sputtering and backfiring going down the road but will idle fine the previous owner replaced the distributor cap and rotor spark plugs and wires and i replaced fuel pump and filter...


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Liberty 3.7l, stalled and would restart. Has had new cam and crank sensor. Was checking crank sensor and ASD fuse blew. Replaced fuse and continued to crank ove, smelled something hot, found #3 coil was...


Well, some things need to be done systematically. Check for spark to make sure the coils are in fact working. Check for fuel to make sure you don't have a bum fuel pump and/or plugged filter. Ignition coils will get hot. The very fact that it melted may be the sign of a computer issue. Let me know what you find and then we can move forward.

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