Question about 2003 Suzuki XL-7
DTC errors? P0305> right. and can be spark , bad combustion it is. or bad injection (or OMG, bad compression #5) not just Spark
Its a COP, not a Pack unless in Australia. (a pack has 2 or more coils in one, but im guessing USA car. (big world it is)
thats easy, well finding it is , most COP will be stuck there.
put it back with silicon grease this time and it will not stick later.
btw the boots can be replace by sell if bad ( carbon found)
and saves a fortune , not needing a new cop
here is the page showing how. and the parts discounted.
doing a tune ups , does this same act. removing all COPS.
to change spark plugs. (ever consider that spark plug is just bad?)
the answer lies in the fact that the #1 cylinder is the most front cylinder, see that?
1,3,5 is left side, left means drivers seated.
so #5 is left rear. cylinder
as seen here
if the new cop dont fix it; come back and we can find true cause
with simple tests. and cheap tools.
Posted on Apr 20, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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