Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
The hemi has 8 ignition coils, one for each cylinder. They're hald on by 2 10mm bolts and also have an electrical connector and early models have a plug wire going to them. To remove them you must take out the 2 bolts, pull the ignition cable off if its got one and disconnect the electrical connector. Then it pulls right out. The electrical connector has a red locking tab that must be slid over or pulled outwards depending on the design, but DO NOT completely remove the tab. Then push the connector on a little bit, squeeze down the black release lever tab and pull it off.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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