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2.2 MIS FIREON NUMBER 3 2008 MALIBU

2.2 MISS FIRE ON NUMBER 3 2008 MALIBU

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Replace the coil pack on top the engine. Remove the plug, remove the four bolts for the cover, wiggle it out. Remove the bolts that hold the coil pack to the cover. Check the plastic housing for the coils, they crack. You might be able to replace just one coil, but if the housing is cracked, you have to replace it also.

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HI if a compression test on cyl 3 is fine ,the next step check coil pack if independent coil swop with a functioning cyl (eg 2 ) ,If this repairs the problem coil should be changed.Do check wires connecting to coil for continuity on power and ground supply.In some rare cases the above answers are over powered by a faulty ignition module .

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