Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
That shouldn't happen...but, I'd check the operating voltage to see if it's overcharging...coil will operate at higher voltage but won't last long. Best voltage should be about 13.5, can go to 14 but that is a bit high. If high, you may have a regulator problem.
If everything else is ok, it may be sustaining heat damage. cure for that is to place a square of aluminum about 1/8" thick between the coil and mount to act as a heat sink,(takes a bit of fabrication) or extend the wiring and move the coil to a cooler location.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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