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Where do the wires come from that hook to your coil pack

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The plug wires? They go to the spark plugs.

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5. keep hands away from coil and have your helper turn the engine over ( start car and turn off)
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I don´t see why it should have taken all day !

Yes, this sounds,..... if true? that the problem is in the wiring to the coil pack. ( Faulty coil packs are the most common problem ! )

The next multiplg on the loom, from the coil pack feed, should be disconnected and inspected, and checked for feed, and so on.

Might be worthwhile swapping over 2 coil packs, just to confirm there diagnosis was correct.
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