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Igination coil burn servel times

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Make sure you have right plugs and wires

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Is this truck having the COP (coil-on-plug) ignition system? Have you checked the spark plugs?

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The problem is somewhere else, clean everything up and inspect closely

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there were issues with distributors on this particular body style grands with the 6 cyl and pick up coils in the 8 cyl

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the only thing I can think of is if you took off a ballast resistor, and it kept overheating the coil and burning it out. Or, is it mounted too close to the exhaust manifolds?

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