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Sounds like the new coil is faulty. Connect it to power, an ignition lead and a spark plug earthed to the block. When you disconnect the negative, you should get a big, fat blue spark.
Posted on Dec 08, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
since the problems appeared after the work, it is in the work. prob is in wires or plugs.. take no 1 plug out put it back in wire terminal, re install one of you old plugs into no 1 cylnder have someone turn eng. over ck for bright spark repeat for no 2. make sure plug gap is correct. if no fire to you plugs. then you know what to do replace the wires.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: Recurring #2 cylinder misfire.
Hello Mr Fixit...If memory serves me right, the PO352 B fault code would indicate #4 cylinder coil and PO352 A for #3. The
Possible causes ...faulty spark plug...faulty spark plug wire..faulty ignition coil pack..faulty PCM...open or short in wiring from PCM to iginition coil pack. To accurately troubleshoot and determine the problem you will need an oscilliscope and a diagnostic scanner. Without these you are basically guessing as to the cause.
The ignition control module is integrated into the PCM and a faulty ICM can definitely cause this trouble code...and i have seen my share of faulty PCM's.
Hope this helps and the best of luck to ya.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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