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Old 12-17-2001, 08:03 PM
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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?

Thanks again!

(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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