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Nissan Altima Ignition Coil Replacement Cost & 5 Bad Ignition Coil Symptoms

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SYMPTOMS OF A BAD IGNITION COIL & WHEN TO REPLACE IGNITION COILS#1 Engine MisfiresA weak ignition coil will cause “No Spark” situation as it is unable to deliver enough power for spark plug.When “No Spark” situation appears, you will hear the sounds like “coughing” or “sputtering” when you start the engine.It is the very common sign to tell you something is wrong with the coils.   #2 Vehicle Doesn’t StartWhen the situation is more serious, the engine will not be just “sputtering”, which means you can’t even start the engine. This will happen especially for the vehicles that only have...

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What Causes a Bad Ignition Coil? How to Longer Ignition Coil Pack Lifetime?

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IGNITION COIL FAILURE REASONS Average lifetime of ignition coil is around 100,000 miles or more. It is not an easy worn out replacement car part but still could fail for variety of reasons. #1. Coil insulation worn out due to aging. #2. Coil's winding damaged with Heat & Vibration. #3. Cheap quality ignition module overloads to cause coil circuitry damage during internal arcing. #4. Moisture Intrusion     Difficult to imagine? Here are the reasons.     Ignition coil & spark plugs are mounted in the tube positioned in the valve cover. The seal between coil tube and valve cover can...

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6 Ignition Coil Problems Symptoms You shall Check Your 2011-2017 Hyundai Elantra

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2017 Hyundai Elantra has Common Ignition Coil Problems. Regular & periodical car maintenance checking definitely the best way to better car performance and longer car life. In which engine oil, filters, and ignition coils are most often parts you shall check them out. Have you ever experience that your car suddenly started to shudder under acceleration? The experienced mechanic immediately had the idea what the problem was with this situation; the coil just went dead. Then your next question will be, "Can I drive with a faulty coil pack"? The experienced mechanic immediately will answer you, "YES, but not advisable"! Because...

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When to replace ignition coils and how much does it cost?

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Refer to our previous discussion <Bad Ignition Coil 5 common Symptoms>, whenever the bad ignition coil symptoms occur, better have the professional repair shop check for you. Normally mechanics will conduct the tests depends on the CNP or COP coil types.CNP Coil Type (Coil-Near-Plug) This type of coil connects to spark plugs with short wires and provides better reliability as it eliminates the distributor. COP Coil Type (Coil-On-Plug) COP coils connect to spark plug with stainless steel spring connector & rubber insulating protective boots. This type reduces the phantom misfires problems.DENSO then developed Stick Coils in 1996 which is compact, mirco-sized and...

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Bad Ignition Coil pack symptom of Saab 9-3 Bad Coil Packs & Ignition Coil Replacement Tips

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  Saab 9-3 2.8T V6 Turbo YS3F B284 owners can tell you the Symptoms of bad ignition coil easily as many of them experience the malfunction bad ignition coil ever. Ignition coil's role, as discussed before, is like a transformer to convert voltage from 12 volts to high voltage pulse (around 20,000 to 35,000 volts) to initiate the spark plugs. The coils will wait engine computer's signal to fire the spark plugs. With this close ripple-effect, you'll not be surprised that symptoms of bad coils and bad spark plugs are similar. Bad Ignition Coil Symptoms Commonly Occurred:1. Vehicle shuddering &...

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