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    need new Coil Pack

    was wondering if anyone has ever bought coil packs seperatly
    im thinking of ordering 3 single coils from here
    Wholesale MITSUBISHI MD184230,MD334558,MD152648 car auto ignition coil

    there the cheapest ive found and right now its about getting the car to run while spending as little money as possible and i know "you get what you pay for"

    so if anyone has ever replaced just one of the coils or knows of a cheap way to replace them any info on your experience would be great

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    Been thinking my 21 year old coils should be changed so interested in this also. There is guy on ebay Australia selling each coil for $70 but if there is a cheaper one I want it.
    1990 JDM GTO TT with Vi-PEC plug-in V44 EMS, TD04-13T's, 3SX Downpipe, MP Hi-flow cat, ARC SMIC's, Aeromotive Stealth 340LPH pump, Fuelab 515 FPR, Ninja Performance 75amp hotwire kit, oohnoo fuel loop & rail adapters, Nylon braided ethanol fuel line, NGK AFX Wideband, K&N FIPK, Iridium plugs, HKS Twin Power DLI, Turbo XS racing BOV, 3SX poly mounts, Custom 280km/h speedo.

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    Injector Dynamics 725cc Injectors.

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    Would never buy ignition coils from china. I have had bad experiences with other vehicles. Of course, the OEMs could be made there, but they would probably use better materials, construction, and quality standards. A "halfway working" coil is incredibly annoying to troubleshoot. You can definitely replace coils individually although they are technically a wear part, so it makes more sense to replace all at once. You may be better served with a used/junkyard part. The OEM coils can last quite a while.


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