my 2000 Magna has just died -- i think maybe it's the coil? Could someone please let me know how i can access and replace this part?

Asked by Daneen Oct 10, 2012 at 02:24 AM about the Mitsubishi Magna

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have just had the gas serviced and the plugs and leads were replaced only 3 weeks ago.  i was driving today and the car just died and has no spark, could it be the coil and where would I find it?

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I would start by checking the timing belt i'm not sure but it should have more than one coil if one goes the others will work. but it will run bad

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Yes, it could be the coil but there are many other things more likely. And I don't know quite what you mean by having the "gas serviced"

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http://produtools.com/d/manuals.php...paste that in your web address box (not search engine) and there is a wealth of information there, hope I was of some help

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If you have no spark it is electrical, as were saying, check the coil as well as all the components related with the coil.

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