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- Dec 6, 2020
- Thunderbird Year
Needing to replace coils on my 05. Any recommendations for a decent coil would be appreciated. Have seen them priced all over the place and am at a loss ..... Thanks!I would definitely replace all the coils and all the the plugs too. Make sure you use never-seize on the plug threads and di-electric grease on the coil end that slips on the plugs. I usually watch you-tube videos on any project that I'm about do myself. It saves a lot of of grief.
I'd also like to say even if a spark plug looks fine there can be something wrong or weak on the inside. It happened to me on a one cylinder Kohler motor and cost me weeks of useless work and replacement parts I didn't need. I took the motor to an expert and he did everything he knew and couldn't get it started. Baffled, he just put a plug in as a last resort and it ran perfect.
That plug probably cost me a grand or so. It must have come apart inside with no signs of trouble.