Wants to chang coils, but doesnt know which goes in sequence order

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I had a V8, so I can write you about V8 only: The steplist easy at V8: just do what you see, no special task, no special tool.
You can exchange coils with each other no order. My advice to replace all, not just bad ones, because their fault have exponential probability which means the first bad determinates all will be bad in a short time.

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