My 2007 BMW 328I is misfiring it needs a replacent coil. Can I drive it for a few days without causing additioanl damage

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Asked by Apr 17, 2014 at 07:04 PM about the 2007 BMW 3 Series 328i

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You can, but I wouldn't. Misfires cause unburnt fuel to enter the catalytic convertors and have a tendency to clog them up prematurely.

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