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2003 mach 1 (04 mach 1 motor) problem

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Old 02-19-2014, 06:25 PM   #1
EaZy DuZ iT
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Default 2003 mach 1 (04 mach 1 motor) problem

hello ,

I want to test out which coil plug(s) is bad on my car. It's developed a 6-7 cylinder running engine and I want to start from the coil plugs.

Can someone explain to me how to check them with a dvom if it's getting a reading in spec or OL so I can replace it.

Thank you!
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