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Old 07-25-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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ignition coil question

looked online but cant seem to find the correct diagram, the coil is for a 1996 3.8L, from passenger side to drivers side, what are the pins, going to use the coil for another fun project and cant figure out what pins are what, any help is appreciated.
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looked online but cant seem to find the correct diagram, the coil is for a 1996 3.8L, from passenger side to drivers side, what are the pins, going to use the coil for another fun project and cant figure out what pins are what, any help is appreciated.
when u figure that all out let me know asap plz im doing some thing fun too n cant seem to find 42 pin out connector, trans harness is a 16 pin out connector
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Since we are talking about coils, is it true that you have to have the right spark plugs and have to at least 8 mm wires to run a coil?

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I dont think i worded that right...
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8mm wires are always good. but i like 10.5 taylors.....
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Since we are talking about coils, is it true that you have to have the right spark plugs and have to at least 8 mm wires to run a coil?

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I dont think i worded that right...
I don't think coil size is a pre-rec for coils. I think, generally, people just do bigger wires when they do their coils. That's what I did
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I don't think coil size is a pre-rec for coils. I think, generally, people just do bigger wires when they do their coils. That's what I did
i always run taylor 10.5 wires the pricey but good.....n hold lots spark....
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Wow post a picture of those
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Wow post a picture of those
this is link....

Taylor 79051 Taylor Spiro Pro 10.4MM Spark Plug Wires
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Thats for an 8 tho? Stupid question but does it work
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