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2004 Chrysler Pacifica coil pack replacement instructions


It says you need to remove the upper intake manifold to get to the coils,here's the link to it,then I will send the other link to removing the coils too. Repair Guides Engine Mechanical Components Intake Manifold AutoZone com Here's the second link on removing your coils. Repair Guides Distributorless Ignition System Ignition Coil AutoZone com

May 14, 2017 | Chrysler Cars & Trucks

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Why wont it spark


Someone needs to check for voltage at the coil and the distributor.
The pickup coil in the distributor tells the coil when to fire.
If you are getting spark at the coil tower but not at the plugs, check the cap and rotor.

Jul 26, 2012 | 1983 Honda Accord

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How do you change coil packs on a 2002 Mazada tribute v6


I believe the Mazda V6 is the same as my 2002 Escape and uses individual coil-over-plugs or COPs. Each spark plug has it's own coil.
I've had an engine light twice, and needed to replace coils. I finally replaced them all. They are available at Ford, car parts stores like AutoZone, or I bought my full set of 6 coils on Ebay.
Autozone coils, for example are about $70/coil.
One of the difficulties with replaceing the coils, is that the 3 coils on the "back" of the engine are covered by the intake manifold. The manifold needs to be removed to get to them. You'll need the manifold gasket set, which costs less than $15.
The coils themselves are easy to replace. Unplug the 2 wire connector, unscrew one bolt (using 8mm socket?), and pull the coil up and off the plug.
I recommend replacing all the coils, and also replace the plugs while you're in there. Use OEM plugs; probably Motorcraft. (If the original plugs lasted 100,000+ miles, why would you experiment with something else?)
Here's a picture of one coil:

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Aug 29, 2011 | 2002 Mazda Tribute

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Tyring to figure out which coil I need to replace. It says to replace ignition coil C (P0353). This is for my 1999 lincoln town car


You have 8 coil packs, with engine running, disconnect one coil at a time. listen for engine rpm to drop, the one that don't drop is the bad coil pack.

Jul 16, 2010 | Cars & Trucks

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Obd code po353


P0353 is the DTC (Data Trouble Code) for "Ignition Coil C Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction", and it will require the use of a DVOM (Digital Volt/Ohm Meter) to test the coil, and you will need to check the resistance between the primary and secondary windings and they should be between 1500 and 50000 ohm's, and the resistance between the coil windings and ground should read infinity, but I have yet to see a coil that did not need to be replaced when that DTC pops up, and you should replace that coil, and also check to see if the spark plug is worn out, and if is worn out then replace them all along with any worn out or torn coil boots, a worn out spark plug will cause the coil to work harder and shorten the life of the coil.

The "C" coil is the third coil in the firing order, and if you have the 3.2 liter engine then it should be using a COP (Coil On/Over Plug) design and here is a diagram of the firing order and cylinder layout, and you can see that the "C" coil will be on the #3 cylinder and spark plug. (The second or middle spark plug on the right or passenger side of the engine).


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The 2.2 liter engine uses separate coil packs, the "C" coil will be for the #4 cylinder and spark plug, and you should replace that coil pack. Also check the spark plugs for wear and the ignition wires should be replaced if they are over five years old and stock wires will usually have a date on them when they were manufactured and installed.


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Jun 05, 2010 | 1998 Isuzu Rodeo

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I need to replace an ignition coil and plug on my 04 Ford Escape. Is this a difficult task? Can someone provide instructions?


If you have a V6 and it's like my 2002 V6, it will depend on with plug/coil you need to replace. The front 3 are very easy to replace. For the back 3, you'll need to remove the upper intake manifold (get a gasket set from the parts store).
Assuming it's a COP system (Coil Over Plug), each plug has it's own coil. Unplug the wires from the coil. Remove the one bolt with an 8mm? socket. Pull the coil off the plug. Using the correct socket, remove the plug.
If you have to remove the manifold for the back 3 plugs/coils, that will be more complicated. I would recomend going to:
http://escape-central.com
Add do a search for "intake manifold remove".
One of the first one's will have excellent instructions and photos.

Feb 08, 2010 | 2004 Ford Escape

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#4 misfire. do I need to replace all 8 coil packs


if you can replace just the one that should be fine. most coil packs i've seen are one piece.

robert

Sep 02, 2009 | 1998 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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I recently checked brought my car to the local


There are 6 coils that fire the spark plugs. You only need to replace the coils that are misfiring. Some autoparts stores will let you use a diagnostic meter for free. The code will tell you which cylinder is misfiring and the autoparts store can tell you the firing order so you can locate which cylinder & coil.
Unless your car is due for a tune up I would just replace the faulty coil and not the spark plugs. Dealer will always recommend replacing all the coils. Eventually another coil may fail but who knows when that will be. When you notice the symptom again just tackle it as you did this one.

Aug 03, 2009 | 2000 Nissan Maxima

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#4 coil needs replacing


here is what i remember ... there was a class action law suit against VW about the high failure rate of the coils especially for the 4 cyl cars with turbo ... VW lost and agreed to install heat shields around the coils ... not sure what years are involved but you might check with a VW dealer to see if you come under that agreement .. as i recall VW charged a fortune for the replacement coils and labor.. a few years ago you could expect a second coil to go bad and even a third or all eventually .. VW would only change one coil at at time when in warranty .... the replacement coil did not appear to be an improved version .. .. it looks like VW is obligated to install the heat shields on models included in the suit ..

May 10, 2009 | 2003 Volkswagen Passat

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