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Cops. (coil over plugs. how many does it have) and how many blew, and did they blow in the same cylinder. gee. just some hints here. (im too lazy to day to look up unstated engine type)
define blowing.?
1: coils burn up, primary or secondary windings (use and ohmeter )
2: rot. the boots on the ends just rot and you call that burn up?

the ends of those boots do not last forever.
i can buy just the boots, and replace just them. for most cars.
but mistubishi, huh? Google is friend there.

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