Question about Daewoo Lanos
Remove one of the spark plugs that the coil is connected to. Plug it back into the boot of its spark plug wire. Hold the wire by the rubber (to insulate yourself) and touch the plug to the manifold (or another non-painted metal surface), and have someone turn the key for a second. If the coil is working (and the plug and wire are in functional condition), you'll see a spark arc out of the plug when the key is turned.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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