Need a Coil Pack for my 08 Fit Sport


Asked by Jan 16, 2014 at 12:57 PM about the 2008 Honda Fit Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Error codes on my car indicate a misfire on cylinders 3 and 4.  The spark plugs have been replaced, but the codes returned.  So, I've gone on-line to shop for a coil pack and there is a wide range of prices - from $40 a set to over $200.  What's the difference?  Is 1 brand better than another?  What should I look out for?  Please don't tell me to ask my mechanic as he's gone hunting and wont be back until fishing season.  The next nearest mechanic is 60 miles away.  Thanks for your help.

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Stick with factory parts.OEM only. Although they say that cheaper aftermarket parts are as good as oem factory parts they are not some times. I learned this the hard way. Best to go ahead and buy the factory replacement parts. They will probably be more expensive but it is well worth it. I have tried the cheaper aftermarket parts and on several occasions I got what I paid for -- a cheap part that did not operate properly.

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