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Mitshubitsi montero 1997 will not start every

Mitshubitsi montero 1997 will not start every thing seens good only for the number 2 coil not getting any curent to it

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Check voltage to the coil pack and if not replace it or your igniton switch could be bad. The car will not run on 3 cylinders so if the coil pack is pack is bad it will not run!!

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