Question about 2005 Isuzu Ascender
Replace coil pack
Great! Take the black plastic resonator off the top of the engine along with the hose attached to it, it's 2 bolts on the left hand side. After removed, you see all 6 coils (pear shaped) starting with #1 cylinder nearest to radiator in order to #6 at the firewall. Remove the 1 bolt holding the coil and electrical connector, and pull straight up and out. Best to buy new coil gaskets if yours are hard, water can actually get in there because of the defective hood seal. Because of this known problem, check each cylinder for water, especially #4 and #5 and remove water if present, clean coil boots and the springs inside with WD40. While you're doing that, best to replace the plugs too. These engines love AC Delco 41-103 plugs for smooth idle. I use an extention and a knuckle to get to #6 by the firewall. If you have any questions, ask away!
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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