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Coil pack problem

Had p352 code(short circuit ignition coil) replaced coil pack, ran fine for a day. problem returned , same code

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  • Les at car3 Jun 16, 2008

    i have a 2002 caravan and it started missing out and stalling. i have replaced the plugs and wires and the coil pack,but still have the problem. what can it be? HELP!

  • Anonymous Jul 08, 2008

    volvo v40 coil pack for 2 and 3 replaced, ran well for 5mls then problem recurred, no ignition. cleaned everything, no good. Put old coil back, ran well for 3 mls then problem returned.

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    Trying to replace ignition coil on 2001 pontiac grand am. How do I get to the coils or do I have to replace the whole pack. 2.4L

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    need to replace #4 ignition coil pack in 2008 nissian titian

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    i have replaced the coil pack computer cam sensor and still dies when warm and put in gear

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    Replaced the coil pack and still nothing but other two coils are working fine.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    I bought an ignition coil pack for my 03 Aztek, but I can find the ignition coil. Where is it located?

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    The engine turns over but it will not catch, I had the coil pack replace and it work fine for a few days and now the same problem again. The engine turns over but it will not catch.



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I give you a straight tip your car is a compuetr conrtole system,u need a wiring diagram check everythingthen ,chek ground,check connection to ground,wiring terminal to ecu then_______got it

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the code refers to ignition system and the short in the dome light will not affect this as it is on a completely different electrical circuit,it sounds like the ignition coil is either not getting power fed to it or ground circuit has a problem, the ignition coil is no good and needs to be replaced.also it could be a problem with the computer output circuit that feeds the ignition system.or a crank sensor problem in the distributor.

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