How to Replace the Engine Coil on a 1996 Grand Am?

Answer Before you replace the engine coil on the 1996 Grand Am, check it with an ohmmeter to ensure that it is not improperly grounded (shorted out) or has an "open." An open is a wire that is broken, int... Read More »

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How to Replace a 1996 Toyota 4Runner Ignition Coil?

Toyota began using a "coil on plug" ignition in 1995. What this means is that instead of having a single coil operating all the cylinders, there's a coil on each individual plug to control its firi... Read More »

How to Replace Front Coil Springs on a 1996 Ford Ranger?

Replacing the front coil springs on a 1996 Ford Ranger is a relatively simple process. Interestingly, there are many different aftermarket springs for different applications should you decide to ch... Read More »

How to Replace the Ignition Coil in a Pontiac Grand Am?

Even though all engines types that Pontiac uses in the Grand Am utilize a distributorless ignition system (DIS), the replacement process varies by engine type. In some cases, the variation may be t... Read More »

How to Replace an Engine Coil?

The engine coil, sometimes referred to as the ignition coil, operates to direct a strong electrical current to the distributor, which then sends the current to each of the spark plugs through the s... Read More »