djlotus Posted July 31, 2008 Report Share Posted July 31, 2008 I've gotta ask this, what makes a coil go bad? Or why does one go bad? I had to swap out the one in my car after I did the motor swap in order to get it to fire, that's ok with me, but not too long ago that one outright died and I bought a new coil. So now I've got this new coil which only lasted about 3 months, and now it's leaking oil, and not wanting to run my car anymore. So now I have to get another new coil and get my car home. It's currently sitting on the side of the road a few miles from my house. I'll also be installing a new ballast resistor. Is there any way I can prevent this new one from crapping out on me other than not driving the car? Quote Link to comment
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