Question about Air Tools & Compressors
First, this is a Car Ignition question, not an air compressor question. Not sure how this got here.
Anyway, if the parts from the coil pack came off or the parts of the plug wires came off, replace them. Don't try to replace pieces of them. Just replace the whole thing.
The code you are reading will stay in the code buffer until cleared. Replace the part(s), run the engine until warm, then clear the codes and read them again after a few hours of driving.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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