Third ignition coil to go out 80K miles P0302 code thrown car misfiring
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    Default Third ignition coil to go out 80K miles P0302 code thrown car misfiring

    Sunday night I replaced my #2 ignition coil (on the front right side). The dealer wanted over 800$ to do the same thing (not covered under powertrain warranty) since the upper plenum had to be removed.

    The whole job took me about 45 minutes taking my time and doing it right.

    I'd give it maybe 3 wrenches out of 5 for difficulty, but that's me.

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    How much for one?

    Isn't there a 6 pack from MSD to replace all of them at one? To save on future labor/problems.
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    I'm done with this car, too many Hidden Content , I will get me a used Genesis G70 when my extended warranty from CarMax expires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Knight View Post
    Sunday night I replaced my #2 ignition coil (on the front right side). The dealer wanted over 800$ to do the same thing (not covered under powertrain warranty) since the upper plenum had to be removed.

    The whole job took me about 45 minutes taking my time and doing it right.

    I'd give it maybe 3 wrenches out of 5 for difficulty, but that's me.

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    Haven't you replaced another coil previously ?
    I checked my service contract and see the coils are a covered item, but with a deductible.
    Are they expensive ?

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    $33 for an aftermarket one (the one that I bought)

    I have had 2 other coils go out.

    If the car had say... 150,000 miles on it I would have bought all 6 if one went out, but they shouldn't be going out this early.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Knight View Post
    $33 for an aftermarket one (the one that I bought)

    I have had 2 other coils go out.

    If the car had say... 150,000 miles on it I would have bought all 6 if one went out, but they shouldn't be going out this early.
    I don't recall anyone else with this issue. Have to wonder if yours weren't all part of a bad batch, as 50% failure rate by 80,000 miles seems unusual for ignition coils. { Spell-check just suggested cognition coils. I could probably use a set of those!} As you say, with twice the mileage it wouldn't be so surprising.
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    Last edited by JoeLasVegas; 07-18-2018 at 06:07 PM.
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    RIPP Superchargers have their own too, much more expensive, but should be higher discharge as well for those running boost or nitrous.

    https://www.msdperformance.com/produ...s/parts/827363
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    Quote Originally Posted by BJoe View Post
    RIPP Superchargers have their own too, much more expensive, but should be higher discharge as well for those running boost or nitrous.

    https://www.msdperformance.com/produ...s/parts/827363

    Here's the link for RIPP: https://www.rippmods.com/collections...nce-coil-packs
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    I'm done with this car, too many Hidden Content , I will get me a used Genesis G70 when my extended warranty from CarMax expires.

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    Good info and price.

    I didn't want my car to be down long enough to wait for shipping so I just went to a local parts store and picked one up. Otherwise I would have bought online.
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    Since your car has coils failing often, buy a set of 6 MSD coils and change them all so you won't have to worry about breaking down later. Put new lugs in there too since you're at it.
    2015 200C FWD, 3.6L, 8.4AN, K&N drop-in, 15% ceramic tint, Hidden Content , Philips CrystalVision Ultra (9012 & H11, 4000K), Hidden Content , 235/50-17 tires on stock 17" wheels, Hidden Content Hidden Content .

    I'm done with this car, too many Hidden Content , I will get me a used Genesis G70 when my extended warranty from CarMax expires.

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