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Have problem w/ignition coil,i have to change them every 2 weeks,they burn all the time..thanks for your help

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so you change coil packs before spark plugs?
i have the full fsm too, /.7000 pages long..... im scanning now.
you do know this is a wasted spark system so both side can fail, right.
coil pack 1.side runs 2 cylinders. not one.
both spark plugs connected to #1 coil are suspect.
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verbatim. page 4204
When Monitored:
Engine running and battery voltage greater than 10 volts.
Set Condition:
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