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Hello, I have a 2005 Durango, 5.7 with 117,000 miles. I just replaced the transmission. After that, one of the coil packs burned up. I replaced it, and the new one immediately melted again! HELP ME!

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1. Don't buy cheep parts.

2. Check all wiring harnesses, including and especially the grounds for high resistance, or wire breakage. (especially since the tranny was just done) even a missing ground strap in modern vehicles can cause nightmares.

Posted on Apr 14, 2015

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SOURCE: new coil pack in 1998 Ford Escort failed in one week?

alright the most likely cause is the spark plug wires. put a set of wires on it and let us now how things are. good luck.

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you have shorted plug or wire let me know ok hey vote for me ok

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check your vacuum line and the electrical systems

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SOURCE: No spark from coil pack

The most common reasons for them going out are not using dielectric grease properly when installing, and from washing your engine.

I believe this was a huge issue with Volkswagen vehicles

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I had a 01 impala that was **** too. switched to Ford and havent been to the shop since. If you look at the question breakdown for this website you will see 5 times as many posts for chevys than fords. However, you could have gotten a bad rebuild too. I had a rebuild done once and they boke most of the bolts that held the transmission in and didnt replace them.

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