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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if u replace all plug wires witch should be done not just 1, then if you are having the same problem your fuel pump maybe to weak to push the fuel to the engine
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Set your new coil pack beside the old one under the hood. Be sure it's sitting the same way. Take the wires off one at a time, and put them on the new one. Then, remove the bolts and wire connection from the old coil pack, and hook them to the new, bolt it on. Then, simply remove the plug wires one at a time. Find a new wire that is closest to the length of the old one, and install it, and continue doing this until you have changed all six.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Check the spark on each plug wire with a calibrated spark tester.One can be bought at most parts stores.If two plug wires that are next to each other are bad then replace coil pack.There may also be a bad ignition module.Also check the crankshaft position sensor.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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