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Ignition coil - 2005 gmc canyon

Does anyone know where the ignition coil is on my 2005 gmc canyon is.

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Just above each spark plug.

Posted on May 18, 2008

  • daniel bay May 18, 2008

    Just above each spark plug.

  • dschirmer Apr 11, 2013

    how do i get to the spark plugs?

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