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    Default engine problem

    what's up.engine light blinking while driving and turbo is red hot. car is losing power.please help me with my problem.thanks

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    Default problem solved

    it was the #1 ignition coil and had to replace all four plugs.thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggs View Post
    it was the #1 ignition coil and had to replace all four plugs.thanks

    Yup I had a very similar encounter and I had to make an ignition coil replacement. For those who do not know, try a hitachi ignition coil as it is very efficient, Just like to share my thoughts.

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    Is it getting heat as soon as started...? Or it has the same problem while driving or reached the destination after a while....? Is your gauge is indicating you that what problem that you are getting exactly....................?

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    Yeah Try the HITACHI ignition.

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    Definitely try that hitachi ignition. i hear it works best.

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    An ignition coil can cause an engine to run hot??? How? If the coil is bad, I would think the engine just wouldn't run.

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