i have a 2001 s type and the number six coil pack keeps going out , it sputter until it gets up over 50 mph the smooths out. I was told that i have to chance all packs when i change one. Is this true?

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Asked by Jun 14, 2015 at 03:54 PM about the Jaguar S-TYPE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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rplacing them all isn't a bad idea, but burning up one pack all the time is weird. new plugs and wires couldn't hurt either, try this first get some dialectic grease and use it on that plug end. if there is a short this might help

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Somewhere in your system, I think you are shorting out the coil pack. Check very carefully around the mounting area of the pack and see if anything is shorting to ground. One coil pack does not normally go out several times.

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