Cylinder Misfire 100 series

Discussion in 'SC- Upstate Cruisers' started by JMRINS, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. JMRINS

    JMRINS

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    My wife's 100 suddenly started running rough at a redlight. After an hour or so of changing plugs I realized (through mud) that it was a coil issue. RHT had one in stock and it fixed the problem immediately. Has anyone else had this problem with a 100series? I'm wondering if this problem will continue over time as each cylinder has its' own coil and they are $68 w/ club discount! BTW, it has 148K on the odometer and this is the FIRST problem we've ever had w/ it, knock-on-wood.
     
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    it seams to happen to a lot of trucks ,mine went on 167 000 now I keep one in the truck
     
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    Yeah, I just traded in my jeep cherokee, but I had to replace the coil rail. I had 150000 on it before I had to do it. I figure it was a normal maintenance issue since I've had to replace the old school coil on both my 40 and 60. So I wouldn't neccessarily call it a problem just maintenance.
     
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    I'm ordering a new one today to do the same, can't hurt.
     
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