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Iginition coils keep going bad

eric0331eric0331 Posts: 1
edited August 2015 in Toyota
What would cause me to have to replace several of the same ignition coils in less than two years time? It seems like it always happens after I purchase gas.

Comments

  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 4,836
    It's not very likely that the coils failing have anything to do with refueling, its a common mistake to look for some kind of association like that. Exactly how are the coils failing? Is the secondary (high voltage) insulation failing? Is it a coil driver failure when it happens? What brand are you using? Is there any other drivability issue, and/or trouble code setting?
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