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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ASSUMING YOU HAVE A 3.4L ENGINE, YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE EGR VALVE AND THE THROTTLE BODY. RUN A PIECE OF A HANGER THROUGH THE EGR PORT AND REMOVE THE CARBON PARTS THROUGH THE THROTTLE BODY.
Posted on May 21, 2009
SOURCE: Hi... how can we test
you can test the coil the same way you would test a plug, remove a plug from your car , once its out, hook the wire back up to it, and with insulated pliers hold the threaded portion of the plug against a grounded surface on the motor ( usually any bolt head will do ) as you hold it, have a friend turn the car over, check for spark at the tip of the plug, is you see spark, the coil is doing its job. if your car has multiple coils you can repeat this procedure
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
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