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Repair shop told me I needed a one new coil pack and new plugs. My 2005 Lincoln Navigator has 90,000 miles and has never had "any" engine work other than basics needed. Should all coil packs be changed versus just the one?

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Just change the bad coil. Each plug has its own and there is no difference when you replace a single coil or all. They could have ripped you off with all new coils, but did not.

Replacing all the plugs is a good idea for the mileage and the access. The same main parts have to be moved to get at one or 8.

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