A bad coil can result in a number of problems such as long crank time, misfires, lack of power, inconsistent transmission shifts, spark plug fouling, poor fuel economy, check engine light illumination. Replacing the ignition coil for your vehicle is a very simple and inexpensive.
What do you need?
- An ignition Coil Replacement.
- An Ignition Coil Installation Guide
- A Specific Manual of Your Vehicle
- Socket set
Step1: Mark the Plug Wires
Step 2: Remove the Plug Wires
Step 3: Remove the Wiring Harness
Step 4: Remove all the ignition Coil
Step 5: Place the new ignition coil into the position and secure it
Step 6: Reconnect the Wiring Harness
If you are not sure if you how to replace your ignition coil, please consult a professional mechanic.