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2003 Toyota Echo, It is very loose I looked and don't see a screw to mount it, it just hangs there loose. How is it mounted to the bracket?
Thank you,

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  • hbolero Sep 12, 2008

    Took a closer look and there is a screw missing.

    Used a magnet to fish the screw out, placed it back in it is like new again.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    does the mounting bracket ground the coil to the frame or can i use wire ties until i get the car home to drill out the screws and mount properly?

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You need to check to see if the mounting bracket screws are loose. Easy fix.

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