How to Remove the Coil Packs From a 1996 Cavalier?

Answer The ignition coil pack in your 1996 Chevy Cavalier comes equipped with a double coil, each one connecting to two spark plugs in the engine block. A single faulty coil will provide a weak or no spar... Read More »

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How to Remove a Tension Pulley for a 1996 Cavalier?

The tension pulley on a 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier is part of the automatic belt tensioner assembly. If the pulley suffers a bearing problem or incurs damage on the pulley itself, you'll need to repla... Read More »

How to Replace Audi TT Coil Packs?

A common problem among Audis and Volkswagens involves ignition coil packs suddenly failing and causing your engine's cylinders to misfire. Though you may still be able to drive your car if an ignit... Read More »

How to Test Ford Coil Packs?

Late model Fords are equipped with coil packs rather that the old style individual coils for each cylinder. These coil packs are solid state units that transmit electricity from the Ford's computer... Read More »

How to Check Coil Packs With a Voltage Meter?

A faulty coil may fire intermittently, produce a weak spark or kill a cylinder completely. Coils are sensitive to heat and may produce an intermittent problem if their internal components become we... Read More »