Weak Coil Springs Help?

Answer Weak coil springs are generally the result of hard usage, bad engineering from the factory or the use of inferior replacement springs. It is a misconception that a car's age alone contributes to t... Read More »

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How to Determine If Your Leaf Springs Are Weak?

Leaf springs are the long, flat springs under the rear end of a car or truck. They are designed to be a load-bearing spring more than a suspension spring. If the springs are bad, it is very easy fo... Read More »

Signs of a Weak Coil Pack?

A coil pack is a pack of ignition coil generally located in the top area under the hood, above the engine. Part of a car's ignition system, it is typically box-shaped in appearance, and amplifies t... Read More »

How to Test for a Weak Ignition Coil?

Ignition coils deliver the electrical charge needed to fire a spark plug. Older cars have a single coil that delivers the electricity to a distributor, which then sends the charge to the spark plug... Read More »

What Are the Signs of a Weak Coil Pack in a Ford?

Trying to diagnose a Ford engine that is running rough can be a tricky proposition. However, it is important to determine why the engine is running roughly, because running a vehicle like this for ... Read More »