Hmm, the coils. Glad I found an explanation. Maybe I will have them change the coils first. What does that usually run ($$)?
But if my wiring harness truly is deteriorated, should I have it changed... to take advantage of the MB $$ coverage?
Car drove just fine on the way up here... even with heavy engine loads... didnt' skip once. Are the coils less likely to act up in cooler ambient temps?
(EDIT: Just did a search... what about fuel pressure or delivery? Since it seems to be fine until the engine is revved high?)
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Last edited by David C Klasse; 12-17-2001 at 08:55 PM.