Question about 2007 Suzuki XL-7
You won't likely have 2 bad coils, even with 2 codes
The coils are less than $100.00
I personally have no idea why anyone would pay
hundreds of dollars for a 15 minute job to change
On my Lincoln I have seen people on this site
spend up to $2,500 at dealers & not have
anything resolved ( My cost $59.00 + tax)
You best bet is buy 1 coil & try in one of the
cylinders with a PO 301 thru PO306 code
If the misfire is still there put the old coil back
where it was & move the new one to another
That isn't what the pros do,but for $69.00 it works
Posted on May 24, 2011
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