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You can't "reset" a coil pack. Just replace it.

Posted on Jun 27, 2014

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What would cause a 2003 chevy impala's coil pack to break down?


did u reset the computer after changing coil pack - I was told anytime you put a new electrical part on newer cars the comp has to be reset otherwise the comp don't know that a new part has been installed!!

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What causes engine misfires to stay after new plugs and coil packs?


Try swapping the coil packs around - like swap #1 with #2, and swap #6 with #5, see if the misfires MOVE with the coil packs swapped to the new cylinders or if they stay with the cylinders. If they move with the coil packs, the new coil packs are bad. If they stay with the cylinders, there's a problem with those cylinders. You DID replace that camshaft sensor, right?

Have you checked your #1 and #6 injectors?

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Lack of power, misfire codes p0301,p0302, p0303, have changed coil packs, plugs, good compression ,, codes reset st higher rpm under load, some valve train noise


Just for clarification which susuki car do you have. What is the year, make and model? And by coild packs do you mean ignition coil? And did you only change the pack and plugs? The plug wires distributor cap and rotoe may need to be changed. Any more information you have will help me to help you :)

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I dont have any spark. have power to the coil pack just nothing past that. what to do??


Check the crank shaft postioning sensor. If you are getting power to the coil pack and there is no power coming out of the coil pack the coil pack might be bad or have corrioson between the coil pack and the mount. Thanks

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Dont know how to take master cylinder off to replace coil pack


You shouldn't have to remove it....here are the steps from the tech manual:

Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Label and disconnect the spark plug wires from each of the coil pack towers.
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Ignition coil removal—3.3L and 3.8L engines


  1. Disengage the electrical connector from the ignition coil pack.
  2. Remove the coil pack mounting fasteners.
  3. Remove the coil pack from the vehicle. If equipped, remove the coil pack from the mounting bracket.
To install:
  1. Place the coil pack into position on top of the engine valve cover, or mounting bracket, if equipped.
  2. Install and tighten the coil pack mounting fasteners to 9 ft. lbs. (12 Nm).
  3. Plug in the electrical connector to the ignition coil pack.
  4. Connect each spark plug wire to each corresponding coil pack tower. The coil pack towers are numbered with the correct cylinder identification. Be sure that the spark plug wires snap firmly onto each coil tower.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.

Jan 18, 2010 | 2001 Chrysler Voyager

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Procedure of replacing coil pack on 1998 Ford


see if you have power to the coil pack.if your have power tothe coil and no power coming out . the coil is bad. check your fues

Sep 23, 2009 | 1998 Ford Escort

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Starts with no idle


When changing the coil pack it's an electronic reset. Disconnect the battery and allow the ECU to reset and reconnect the battery after 10-15 minutes or so and give it a restart try.

Ensure the radio and all power draws are turned off initially.

If it doesn't reset check to see that the pack is plugged in secure and it's the right one for your model.

Also try some fuel additive as it may be a diluted fuel issue that cropped up in the time it took you to replace the pack if it's set for a bit.

Also check your wires, plugs and main ground connection to ensure they're all secure.

Lastly ensure your fuel relay cube didn't short out when the coil pack went as well.

Aug 06, 2009 | 2001 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

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Where is the ECM located on a 1993 Isuzu Trooper?


If you don't have a coil pack working, unplugging the ECM will do nothing to reset the coil pack. If you have power present at the plug, you need a new coil pack.

Jul 28, 2009 | 1993 Isuzu Trooper

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Sounds like my car has a miss


if i remember right you have a coil pack? or distibutor? if coil pack it sounds like you have a bad coil pack. if you have a pair of insulated pliers pull each plug wire to where they are just sitting in coil start car and lift each wire one at a time see if one has no spark. change coil pack

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