are you tring to convert a car from coil packs to a distributored motor
there are 3 dual post coil packs underneath the front exhaust manifold.
The newer style coil packs are no longer a maintenance item and don't really wear out. If one coil pack fails I usually just replace the faulty one. Unless there is visible damage or performance issues with the other coil/coils there is no reason to change them all.
yes it will because that controls the fireing off the car and if the bad they will not fire and it will not start
If it has coil packs, you can't.
The firing order is 1342 and the coil packs are 41 and 32.
Thee is no distributor on vehicles with coil over plug packs
In a 2000 Ford Taurus , the 3.0 liter " Duratec " DOHC - V6 has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system . So there are ( 6 coil packs )
on the back side of motor
got to have both to fire
If it has the 2.2L engine, yes.
The 5.4L has 8 coil packs one on each spark plug. The 4.6L has only 2 coil block packs.
The module is located underneath the coil packs.
There are 8 bolts that hold it on. First remove the cover to the coil packs, Then the coil packs then the vallve cover,
A 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix (with either the 3.1L or 3.8L V6 engine) has 3 coil packs. (Each coil serves 2 cylinders). Note however, the coils for the 3.1L and 3.8L are different.
The car has coil packs and does not have a distributor.