Question about 2000 Chevrolet Impala
This is a easy fix. You need new coils. The coils have small silicone grommets that loose their ability to shield the high voltage and the coil starts to break down internal. Get you 3 new coils cost about $30.00 each. Buy you some dielectric grease, or you can use brake pad stop squeal grease. Coat the seals real good with the grease before you put it back together and its fixed. Number your wires and or take a picture, before you take it apart. Do not get the wires mixed up and it is a easy fix.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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