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WHAT'S THE TRICK TO REPLACING THE IGNITION COILS ON A 1996 2.2L BERETTTA

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No real trick to it, you get them from underneath. You can unbolt the coils from the module or remove the module first then unbolt the coils. The coils are held on with 5.5mm headed bolts.

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