my 1996 voyager chrysler is having some problems,2 plugs and one side of ignition coil is working,what can i do

Asked by Jul 16, 2012 at 08:25 AM about the Chevrolet Volt

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replace the coil

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And then the coil will blow up again the computer is shot I have seen this twice. Both times the side of the coil looked like it blew up. I replaced the first one and it still ran rough and within a day the coil had a crack in the side. I found out from a Chrysler guy that its common and the computer was shot. I replaced it and the coil again and it was fine. About a month later another one did it, both times it was crazy hot out the heat index was 105+. All I'm saying is find out first have a certifiedelectronics tech look at it. There is a procedure

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